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    Exersaucers and Jumparoos

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    How old was your child when they started playing/liking them?
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    I tried at around 5 months with each, but they didn't seem to really love it to around 6-7 months.
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    Damien loved his jumper thingy from like 4-5 months until he was too heavy for it. Lyric liked hers for like 2 minutes.
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    Anabelle does not like her jumparoo very much. She only likes the part that plays music, and she would rather play with it while NOT sitting in it lol
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    We didn't do a jumperoo until Kaia could sit really well on her own for an extended amount of time. I didn't want to risk hurting her spinal development. She was 5 months but that varies for a lot of kids. She only used her cousins until we got her her own but that was much later. The exersaucer we started using at 3 months when she had strong head and neck control. We had to stuff blankets in behind her because the seat was WAY bigger than she was but she loved it!


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    Jack has the Baby Einstein exersaucer and he started using it at about 4.5 months. He LOVES it.
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    Jameson is in his exersaucer now (3 months). As soon as they have head support and control and their legs are long enough, I let them in it. I am looking into jumperoos but hope to fend him off of it until he's 4 months. My older two went into them around 4 to 5 months old.

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    We have both. A preferred the saucer from 4 mons , and at 9.5 she started enjoying jumper. Jax loved his jumper from 4 mons old and on. Bella preferred the jumper.
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    Thank you! I think I've still got a little while before shes able to but she already loves standing while I hold her so I think she will like the exersaucer eventually. Just have to work on the head movement and control. Thanks again, it gives me an idea of when I should start looking to purchase one.
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    We have one of each. Our exersaucer was given to us and it's aimed at older kids (since it has a book that you turn pages, etc) but Eleanor still enjoyed the hanging toys around 4 months. Once we realized she like it, we put together her Baby Einstein jumperoo that she has and she LOVES that. I'm glad we have one of each. I keep one in the living room and one in the spare room across from the bathroom, so that I can get ready and keep her entertained at the same time.
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