Monday, September 13, 2010

Walker For Baby

After spending countless hours "GOOGLEing" walkers, I discovered the best rated to be the, "Fisher-Price" Shop and Learn Walker. Too anxious to shop online, I drove store-to-store looking for the best price. I was thrilled to discover this toy that states it "helps baby gain problem-solving experience, and develop thinking skills by discovering how to activate music, lights, sounds and speech." Wow! I was impressed. I then spent an hour putting it together. (Okay, so I have no mechanical skills!) I basically had to remove it from it's box, and add the handle. Learning how everything worked, I was ready and excited to present it to my sweetie. Not giving me a chance to show-off my newly acquired knowledge, my grandson rushed past me, grabbed the walker by it's handle, and ran w/it...up and down the room. He finally stopped long enough to notice there were toys in the basket, and curiously picked each one up, and threw them ever-so-quickly onto the floor. After another few minutes he used his problem-solving skills to climb into the basket, balancing himself just right, so he wouldn't fall. The only thing he decided to activate was his voice, as he let me know that he wanted to be pushed...up and down the room about a zillion times. I'll remember to wear my back-belt next time!
Happy babysitting,
P.S. Always looking for new toy ideas! Got any?
Related Products:
Laugh and Learn Walker 


  1. The explosion in baby products has made it really difficult on grandparents. When we were parents, we could choose from a few hundred products. Now there are literally thousands and thousands! And, of course, we want our grandchildren to have the best. That means a lot of research for Grandma and Grandpa. But it looks as though your research paid off!

  2. Thanks for noticing! There are so many products out there, but luckily the internet helps narrow down the search by a lot!