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Is there such a thing as a bouncy chair for a baby 20lbs+?

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BethAndHerBrood Sun 25-Feb-07 19:53:10

DS2 really loves his bouncy chair, but has become too big and heavy for it. I would like something else similair, for him to sit and "chill" in. Does such a thing exist?

Calliope Sun 25-Feb-07 19:54:29

I think the Baby Bjorn chair goes up to 30lbs

I'll find a link...

Emskilou Sun 25-Feb-07 19:55:31

here's one

Calliope Sun 25-Feb-07 19:55:35

link here

I have one and it is fab

Emskilou Sun 25-Feb-07 19:58:03

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Emskilou Sun 25-Feb-07 19:58:37

oooops

BethAndHerBrood Sun 25-Feb-07 20:06:09

Thanks for those.

Just need to pick DH up off the floor. He fainted at the prices!!

I shall have to work on him, I think!!

amidaiwish Sun 25-Feb-07 20:13:11

my DDs both still use their baby bjorn (had to buy a second as DD1 wasn't giving it up for DD2!. DD1 is 3 and weighs just over 2 stone. sitter 123

2boysmacca Sun 25-Feb-07 20:21:46

I have a baby bjorn too, bloody marvellous. I'd be willing to sell if you're interested for £20.00 as is well used but cannot be bothered to parcel up.

tortoiseSHELL Sun 25-Feb-07 20:23:15

Baby Bjorn - up to 2 years - it is fab fab fab! We have one and absolutely love it!

It truly is the Rolls Royce of bouncy chairs. Only down side, it is so bouncy that older siblings have a real chance of launching their unsuspecting younger sibling into orbit using catapult techniques!!!

2boysmacca Sun 25-Feb-07 20:30:37

lol

BethAndHerBrood Sun 25-Feb-07 20:51:17

DH recovered from palpitations and has ordered a baby bjorn from kiddicare!

Thanks everyone, I would never have got one without you, mwah mwah!!!

tortoiseSHELL Sun 25-Feb-07 21:31:15

yay! You will love it!

BethAndHerBrood Tue 27-Feb-07 17:26:17

DS2 sat in his new chair as we type!!

It will NOT last till he is 2 though!! I must have an humungous baby!!

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