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Bouncer question? user banned
3rd May '13

Hey ladies.
My daughter is 7 months and I got gifted one of these back at christmas.
http://direct.asda.com/Bright-Starts-Bouncer/002679735,default,pd.html
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Basically it's a stationary jumper with like a bouncy platform on the bottom. I've just been reading things about 'walkers' being detrimental to babies development and hips, so should I not be using it?
She's been sitting up unassisted for a couple months now and she does like it in the bouncer because she can be up and nosing at things, lol. But she's only in it for 10-15 mins at a time once or twice a day.
I figure moderation is key, but I'm not sure. Advice please? TIA!

MagicMilk. 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Manchester, United Kingdom 2215 posts
status 3rd May '13

That doesn't count as a walker as far as I am aware. I think walkers are the ones that have wheels and actually move.
We have that exact one for DS, he's nearly a year old and took his 1st steps about a month ago. And he loves it :D

mmmc15 4 kids; 2 angel babies; Wyoming 708 posts
3rd May '13

As long as you don't leave her in there for a long she will be fine.

Jami + 2 2 kids; Tampa, FL, United States 1596 posts
3rd May '13

some people say those and walkers will mess up their legs,hips..
some say its fine to use. i personally used something similar to the pic you posted,and a walker.. didnt affect my son at all, he was walking by 10months

user banned United Kingdom 1629 posts
3rd May '13

Thanks mamas!

[Shelly&Dexter&Felix] 2 kids; 1 angel baby; London, United Kingdom 5175 posts
status 3rd May '13

i've never heard this! lol. i know so many mummies that have these for their babies and they've all LOVED them and have never harmed them.
I'm getting given one from my sister once we've moved to our new house. (we don't have room in our current house) he loves it also :D x