Fisher Price Jumperoo - Rainforest : The Best Jumperoo for Babies
Fisher Price Rainforest Jumperoo
I have three children, all boys. I bought the Fisher Price Rainforest Jumperoo in 2008 for my oldest son and used it for my second son who was born in 2009, and for my youngest son who was born in 2012. This is the only baby accessory that was durable enough to outlast all three of my sons. It is also the only baby accessory that all three of my boys loved.
This Jumperoo is wonderful for babies. My boys absolutely loved jumping in this jumperoo, and it kept them entertained for hours. I was able to place them in the jumperoo when making dinner to keep them entertained and they would be happy and entertained. My boys could usually stay in the jumperoo for a little over an hour before needing a change of pace. Sometimes they could stay in it even longer.
The boys enjoyed the jumping action and the spinning seat. In addition to the jumping action and the spinning seat there were many things for the boys to use to keep them entertained. The toys, music, and sounds surround the baby on all sides including above them. Also, with the seat's ability to spin 360 degrees, the baby is able to turn and play with the multiple toys, lights, and sounds. Some toys blink and glow, others create music, there are also little toy accessories that make rattling and wrapper sounds. Babies can also use some of the toys on the jumperoo as a teething toy and the best thing is they can't throw the teething ring on the floor because it is attached to the jumperoo.
On top of the many activities available for babies to use and discover, it is extremely durable. My boys are far from gentle. They are rough and they did a lot of things to this jumperoo, but it survived all of the torture. Each of my babies spit up or threw up on the jumperoo but I was able to easily clean the jumperoo because the cloth seat easily detaches from the jumperoo and I was able to wash it in the washer. Also, some of the little attachments can come off and I was able to place them in the dishwasher to wash them. The jumperoo looked like new for each time one of my children began using it. Finally, when my youngest son, grew to big for the jumperoo, we washed the cloth seat, wiped the plastic down and I was able to sell the jumperoo for $50. The jumperoo was 6 years old and I made back half of the money I paid for it! The jumperoo looked like new when we sold it. I can honestly say this was the best buy for my children. It did its job and provided my children with hours of entertainment.