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Musical Motions Activity Jumper {Baby Einstein}

This review was made possible by Double Duty Divas and Kids II. I was provided the featured product free of charge to facilitate my review, but all opinions are 100% mine.

My 9 month old is a strong, active baby.  He is pulling up on furniture, cruising around from piece to piece and even standing on his own for seconds at a time.  He’s been running at full speed in his walker for months as well, ramming into walls and feet with incredible force — must be a boy thing.  He is muy active and sometimes I need him not to be.  It is hard to get things done while your wee one is trying to climb furniture or is ramming into the back of your legs in a walker… enter the stationary jumper.  A colorful, musical and interactive stationary jumper, like the Baby Einstein Musical Motions Activity Jumper, is just what my baby (and I) needed.

My son likes the Baby Einstein Activity Jumper for a few reasons.  One, he can bounce up and down in it. He didn’t discover this until after a few sessions.  Coming from the walker, he didn’t like the jumper at first and his little feet would run… but go nowhere.  Ooooo that made him mad!  Then he realized there were toys all around him and he settled in.  Once he learned he could jump, though, oh, daddy!  He loves to be in there now for good clips of time.

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I don’t know if it’s because he’s a boy (because my daughter was certainly the opposite) but Gabriel loves food.  He would eat all day if he could.  He especially loves to snack between meals, and I appease him because it keeps him content.  I was so thrilled to see there is a toy tray, that is a perfect snack tray, on the Baby Einstein Activity Jumper and so was Gabe!

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What I find very awesome about this activity jumper is that the comfy, high-back seat swivels around 360 degrees.  So no matter what is going on around my baby, he can whip around to see or grab what he wants.  Around him are little activity stations, all interactive, bright and entertaining.

The main hub has a mirrored piano with three geometric shapes.  These are fun for babies to bang on apparently!  They play 6 different classical melodies and light up, as well as introduce shape names in English, Spanish and French.  Adjacent to the piano is a spinning ball for rattling sounds a real life photos of pets.  Lots of auditory and visual stimulation on this activity jumper!

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There is also a teething station, a sun and a bird hanging from a cloud, ready for your baby’s gnashing.  If you look closely, you’ll see my son has two top teeth coming in so I appreciate soft toys for him to chew on. He especially loves that red bird and I’m happy to report it is very durable because my baby sure goes to town on it.

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baby einstein activity jumper review in_the_know_mom

All the padded toy bars are loops for extra toys, also two hooks on the toy/snack tray.  The jumper comes with four big links that are awesome for babies to grab alone or attach favorite creatures to.

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With five different heights, this is a grow-with-me baby product.  The high-back seat accommodates the younger crowd (4 months+) as well as the older, offering support and comfort.  The seat pad is easily removed for machine washing – a definite must-have.  It feels sturdy and quality made, a safe spot for baby to bounce.  The nonskid feet help for hard surfaces as well.

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Purchase the Baby Einstein Musical Motions Activity Jumper from Target for $89.99.  Keep in the know by liking Baby Einstein on Facebook and following on Twitter.

Product was provided by Kids II to facilitate this review; all opinions are 100% my own.

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7 Comments

  1. November 8, 2013 at 5:31 pm — Reply

    he looks so happy!

  2. November 8, 2013 at 5:42 pm — Reply

    I had a similar jumper for my daughter when she was that age! She spent almost all of her time in it! I love those jumpers!

  3. November 8, 2013 at 6:19 pm — Reply

    THat looks like such a fun toy! I wish I had one of these when mine were babies!

  4. November 8, 2013 at 7:43 pm — Reply

    Looks like fun, and I love that it grows with the child.

  5. November 8, 2013 at 8:27 pm — Reply

    Looks like a great jumper!

  6. Anonymous
    November 19, 2013 at 6:59 pm — Reply

    You’ve convinced me, I mean Santa, to get this one for Max. I’ve spent hours looking through all the different jumpers and exersaucers, there is so many! My daughter had the Rainforest Jumperoo which she loved but I wanted something different this time.

  7. November 19, 2013 at 7:04 pm — Reply

    You’ve convinced me, I mean Santa, to get this one for Max. I’ve spent hours looking through all the different jumpers and exersaucers, there is so many! My daughter had the Rainforest Jumperoo which she loved but I wanted something different this time.

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