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Wooden baby walker for 1st Christmas

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Morry1 Fri 11-Nov-16 21:45:11

I want to get my little boy a traditional wooden baby walker with blocks for Christmas - can anyone recommend a good one or good brand to look at. Liked look of Jo Jo Maman Bebe one but was tiny when saw it in store. Some on Amazon have poor reviews for paint chipping /lose screws.
Anyone got a great one? Happy to spend up to £70

cookielove Fri 11-Nov-16 21:46:55

We have a really good one but we got it as a gift so not sure where it's from will go check if it has a brand label on it!

Orangedaisy Fri 11-Nov-16 21:47:23

Ikea. Then spend the rest of your £70 on a zillion tealights grin

fabulous01 Fri 11-Nov-16 21:50:32

My inlaws got us 2 (we have twins). One didn't even make it out of box as they walked at different times lol
Yes it is pretty but when child is pulling themselves up it is unstable. It needed toy bricks which wasn't safe. To be honest mine preferred the ones with the toys in front. They had that one in nuresey and preferred that one. But all are different

cookielove Fri 11-Nov-16 21:51:10

this one

fabulous01 Fri 11-Nov-16 21:51:31

Oh and the screws were a nightmare. It was from a trafitional shop so I don't think it was cheap!

daisydalrymple Fri 11-Nov-16 21:51:54

We had two lovely ones from elc, think mothercare probably still do them similar. (Overlap between ds1 still using his and dd having one, rather than over indulged child with two grin) dc3 gets the choice of both of them. He edges towards the pink.

seefeld Fri 11-Nov-16 22:02:33

We had the John Lewis one and it was great:

Morry1 Fri 11-Nov-16 22:41:03

Thanks all for your help, want to get one ordered tomo instead of doing my usual and spending hours reading reviews. First baby so probably obsessing a bit about special presents when I know he'll be just as happy with the boxes his presents come in smile. Had looked at the John Lewis one and your one Cookielove so good to hear they're good from people, that's it narrowed down to 2 then, thanks!

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