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Fisher Price Rainforest Jumperoo

RRP - £89.99 - £99.99

Product Features
360ยบ rotating seat
3 height adjustments
Rewards jumping by playing music due to a motion sensor
Feature lights, sounds & motion.
Frame can be easily disconnected so can be tucked away when not in use.
Requires 3x AA batteries.
Suitable when baby can hold their head unsupported.

My Mum bought this for Tillie when she was 15 weeks old, she had been able to hold her head steady for a while and I had heard a lot about this product so I had high expectations and all of these were spot on!

What a fantastic product, it is bright, colourful as soon as Tillie went in it she was fascinated by the colours, it took her a few months before she could work all of the toys but every time she went in it she found something new and exciting to do, she couldn't reach the floor to begin with but that wasn't too much of an issue because there were so many things to keep her occupied.
By the time she was 6 months old she was leaping about, pulling all the toys giggling away everytime she went in it, she had hours of fun. Everything about this product ticked all of the boxes.
I couldn't rate this product more highly, it was very sad the day we put it away and was a big sign our little girl wasn't so little anymore.

Advantages - colourful, very entertaining for baby and parent, lots of things to keep baby occupied
Disadvantages - couldn't find any
I would definitely recommend this to everyone!
Rating out of 5
Definitely 5

here is video of 5 month old Tillie


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