Juppy Baby Walking Aid
- Made of 100% cotton
- Hand or Machine Washable
- Will Fit In Your Purse
- Comes With Free Carring Bag
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My daughter is nearly 9 months old and is off-the-charts large. It still zips up and has some room for her to grow (but not room for her to be uncomfortable). My husband is 6'4" and can use it at it's most extended setting without bending down (but with his arms only slightly bent). The bag and small size make it possible for me to tote it in our diaper bag wherever we go.
Beware if you use a bouncer- your infant will need to get a bit used to the Juppy. It only takes a little practice and a bit of patience to help your baby learn the difference. My daughter loves the freedom it gives her. At 9 months, she's pulling up on stuff, but having difficulty maintaining her balance. I believe the Juppy is helping her to figure out the mechanics of walking.
I recommend this as a nice aid to their transition to walking.
For my wee lads, my three feral boys, as I often refer to them, I've always been willing to try new methods or products to teach them everything they need. My youngest boy, who is just shy of 11 months old, recently started making overtures toward bipedal locomotion (walking) about the same time I was asked to review the Juppy Baby Walker. Perfect timing!
The Juppy Baby Walker is a sling-like device that not only helps your baby learn how to walk, but helps the parent as well. I liked that. A lot of products help the kids, but never consider the ease of use or helpfulness for the parent. You basically put the Juppy on your baby, lengthen the slings so that you're not bending down, and then follow him around as he explores.
Most people teach their kids to walk by walking with them, all hunched over, holding their poor little arms up. This could hurt you or the baby. The Juppy is awesome because it keeps you away from a back injury, helps your child learn to walk faster, and also keeps you from yanking their shoulder or elbow out when they fall. Also, with the Juppy, their hands and arms are free to help balance and learn to walk as they naturally should.
My wee lad is doing pretty good on both hard and carpeted surfaces and the transition to and from each. At 10 months old, he's ready to take off.Read more ›
It would have been wonderful if I had found it sooner - It gives confidence and is very well made. I will definitely recommend to others - mommies and grandmothers!!
Thank you for the quick shipping also.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I used it for my son.. it's really cool at first, but it wasn't as practical as I thought it would be. It does help your back, but my son just didn't care much for it!Published on March 19, 2013 by Leily911
Before my son could walk he didn't really understand that fact, and would get really frustrated when I would put him down. Read morePublished on February 18, 2013 by Joshua Kenney
How would you love to have a baby walker that you could stick in the diaper bag and take with you wherever you went? Read morePublished on January 9, 2013 by ~~~~Just Brie ~~~~
My baby hated it by crying. And I think it actually lose the purpose of training toddler for balancing capability.Published on December 18, 2012 by Wei Sun
My son was only 6 1/2 months old when I bought this! He loves the Juppy! I watch my niece and he sees her walking and is super jealous! Read morePublished on December 13, 2012 by Meagan
My son liked to be walked around a little by hand when he was 3-4 months old so decided to try out the Juppy. Read morePublished on December 5, 2012 by Kevin H.
I read the Amazon reviews and thought this thing looked great. Wow, I could not have been so wrong. I ordered one of these and the zipper broke THE FIRST DAY / TIME I tried to use... Read morePublished on November 15, 2012 by Huesos Rotos
The zipper broke on our third use, rendering it useless. My child was with in the proper weight range, the zipper was just of poor quality. Read morePublished on October 23, 2012 by Ginmae
Such a great idea, because when my little one was learning to walk it was a big pain in the butt (well, back) to have to haunch over to hold her hands. Read morePublished on August 30, 2012 by C. Tien