Bella is a nine-month-old whirlwind. She is pulling herself up on furniture and loves to practice walking when her mom and dad hold her hands. However, her mom and dad both need to get some things done around the house. This is when they break out the baby girl walkers they got at the baby shower. Bella is excited. She loves to hear the sounds and explore the different activities on the front of the walker.
Then, she can practice pulling herself up using the walker and grips the sturdy handle to start pushing the walker across the floor. The wheels roll smoothly, allowing her to practice her walking skills even without the help and support of mom and dad’s hands.
Bella is proud to walk across the room on her own. She crows with delight. After some practice, she even turns around and walks back, all with the help of her baby walker. These toys are a valuable investment for parents, who realize that the toy provides lots of entertainment. This is true even when Bella wants to sit still in one location.
Baby walkers come in any combination of colors imaginable. They can be educational in a number of ways, allowing the baby to take a break from walking and still be learning and having fun at the same time. These walkers are usually made of sturdy plastic, so there is no concern about breaking and potentially hurting a young hand or foot. Purchase a baby walker for your little one and see her really blossom as she gets to experience walking on her own.
There are also varieties with a comfortable cloth seat if your little one is still developing leg muscles and needs a little help supporting her weight for longer periods.