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How To Find The Best Jumperoo In The Market! Fisher-Price Jumperoo

Updated on April 11, 2013
Fisher-Price Rain Forest Jumperoo
Fisher-Price Rain Forest Jumperoo

I am a father of four. My children are 35, 24, 19 and God has just blessed me with a new baby boy who is now 8 months old. As you can well imagine, my new son was a surprise to my wife and I. No, not the same mother, but we have been married for nearly 13 years. Having children over three and a half decades puts me in a position to look at baby products with a seasoned eye. One product that has changed dramatically is the Jumperoo, you know them if you have kids.

When my first was a baby, we bought a jumperoo and it was just a cloth seat that precariously hung on the door. When my other two girls were babies they had improved on the Jumersoo, but it was still a pain in that it was in the middle of the doorway and had to be put up and removed whenever we wanted to use it. In addition, the kids would occasionally bump into the side of the door if they got a little wild.

Today, everything has changed. The new Jumeros by Fisher-Price is amazing. It is free standing, no more blocking doorways and constant hassle of putting it up and taking it down. It is made of sturdy plastic and assembles in about one minute. It has a great padded seat with a safely back rest. There are cute movable, musical, stimulating toys located all around the Rain Forest Jumperoo “ play station. The seat rotates, so the kids can change and choose which toys to play with. (You can turn the music off if you do not want to listen to it.) There are other overhanging toys as well for additional stimulation. One feature I really like is the easily adjustable covered springs. In about 30 seconds you change the height of the Jumperoo seat to adjust to your little one’s growth.

The only negative, is that the Jumperoo is a little difficult to move around. You have to unsnap the locking system and semi collapse the Jumperoo to move from one room to another. It is not difficult, but it is a bit of a pain. The bottom line is this thing is a great devise and my kid loves it. It also works as a very short term baby sitter. My boy is done after about 10-15 minutes. I highly recommend this great toy and I am sure you will agree.

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