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Baby jumperoo recommendations

(12 Posts)
Craftycakey15 Sun 05-Mar-17 09:26:39

Please can any one recommend a baby jumper I can buy for my four month old baby? I have read the fisher price rainforest one doesn't have very good toys on it. Thank you

TheMasterNotMargarita Sun 05-Mar-17 09:28:28

We got given that one second hand. I think it's great and DS likes it.

moonchild77 Sun 05-Mar-17 09:34:29

The fisher price jumperoo was a godsend for my dc. There's always loads for sale on Facebook, no point paying full price for one like I did.

Afreshstartplease Sun 05-Mar-17 09:36:54

We have the rainforest one

Ds is nearly 20 weeks and enjoys it

Summerdays2014 Sun 05-Mar-17 10:17:33

We used the rainforest one. Only used for a few months as my son was an early walker, but he loved it at the time. I'm planning on selling mine, wish I'd bought a second hand one myself!

Coconut0il Sun 05-Mar-17 15:25:15

We had the rainforest one, DS2 loved it till he got too big. We got £35 back when we sold it on.

GenevaJoey Sun 05-Mar-17 15:29:23

My baby loves the fisher price one. She whoops with delight. I bought it second hand and will probably see I it on afterwards.

starsinyourpies Sun 05-Mar-17 15:30:30

Hijack: what age do people start using these? Left it quite late last time I think.

Craftycakey15 Sun 05-Mar-17 16:34:59

The rainforest one is most popular on Amazon but had a lot of bad reviews too

NerrSnerr Sun 05-Mar-17 16:55:40

I just looked at Amazon, there's the 'roaring rainforest' one and just the normal rainforest one. There were only 14 1* reviews for the normal one.

That's the one we had and my daughter loved it. Not sure if the 'roaring' one isn't as good because it's cheaper?

skankingpiglet Sun 05-Mar-17 22:41:17

We have the original FP Rainforest one bought for £25 second hand. DD2 has been using it since she was around 4.5mo (8mo now) and absolutely loves it. The toys seem ok to me, but the main attraction for DD2 is the bouncing.
Definitely not worth buying new if you do get a different model as they have a limited life. DD2 is now confidently crawling so although she still loves a bounce, she wants out much sooner so she can do some more roaming. I think it's nearing the end of its life with us and will be up for rehoming soon.

Afreshstartplease Mon 06-Mar-17 07:07:28

Ds is 4.5 months and can just touch the floor in his

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