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Wooden baby walker, can you help me find one? The one with the blocks.

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SparklyGothKat Fri 29-Aug-08 19:44:46


nicolamumof3 Fri 29-Aug-08 19:45:47

elc do one.

nowwearefour Fri 29-Aug-08 19:47:53

i have one we dont use any more. you are welcome to it but it depends where you live. or if you woul rather have a new one.

RupertTheBear Fri 29-Aug-08 19:48:10

Mine was from Blooming marvellous, but I have seen them in ELC and Mothercare.

Porpoise Fri 29-Aug-08 19:48:47

do you mean something like this? naff pic but is alright actually

iamdingdong Fri 29-Aug-08 19:49:21


iamdingdong Fri 29-Aug-08 19:49:56

or I have an elc one you can have if you are in NE!

SparklyGothKat Fri 29-Aug-08 19:50:23

i want one for Callum's 1st birthday (can you believe he is 1 in 4 weeks?? shock i knw ikea do one but its a bit far. lol

SparklyGothKat Fri 29-Aug-08 19:58:58

Aww thanks dingdong but am in the SE. i dont mind second hand.

Portofino Fri 29-Aug-08 19:59:38

I have one sister bought dd. I'd send it you but live in Belgium and would cost a fortune! Dd still plays with the blocks though she's been walking for 3 years....

fryalot Fri 29-Aug-08 20:01:56

there are a few on ebay, but they all seem to be about £15 with £10 postage.

SparklyGothKat Fri 29-Aug-08 20:05:48

Was hoping to get one for about £15. Not looking hopeful atm lol

Eddas Fri 29-Aug-08 20:07:18

boot fair?

I have one in my loft, am in Kent, any use?

fryalot Fri 29-Aug-08 20:08:54

when I got ds's, I found it in the local paper, so it's worth looking there.

It's fab and mine all play with it loads, it's a really good present idea.

It's worth looking through the ebay ones in case any of them are near enough for you to collect - £15 isn't too bad if you don't have to pay postage on top (if it's new, of course wink)

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