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    Default Jumperoo or exersaucer for bub?

    Hey

    So I need something to occupy DD2 whilst I'm getting dinner ready. She can't sit up unassisted yet and gets grizzly when lying down. she's getting bored of the bouncer and when she sits in the bumbo she's constantly throwing all her toys on the floor even when she has a tray. And DD1 gets bored keeping her occupied and ends up irritating DD2 instead.

    I was looking at these

    http://mybabywarehouse.com.au/index....-jumperoo.html

    http://mybabywarehouse.com.au/index....xersaucer.html

    but don't know which one to get and if they're safe for bubs?

    Does anyone have any feedback for them?

    TIA

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    jumperoo's are awesome.

    i had one for DD1 and then i sold it.
    when DD2 came along i brought another one cause i loved it.

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    I have a Exersaucer that has stage 1 and 2 (turns into a figure 8 race track). My daughter loved being in it and when she got a bit bigger she loved being able to turn herself around and play with all the toys and stuff on the outside. The one I have grows with them as they get taller. But the only down side to it was that it was really bulky and took up a lot of room.

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    DD was the same at about 6 months and I got her something like the exersaucer - fan-tas-tic! I was so happy I got it and so was she. She was always very alert and active and she loves being upright and all the different toys she could spin around to. I got one off ebay, only used it for a couple of months because then we set off on a world trip, and then sold it for the same as I bought it!

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    I'd go with the jumperoo. DS absolutely LOVED it.


 

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