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Best baby gym? at a reasonable price

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any ideas? I am a grandparent of a 16 week old and am told I must get one of these for him, he needs it for his physio. Naturally I don't want it to cost an arm and a leg. Ta, as always Read More
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7y, 10m agoPosted 7 years, 10 months ago
any ideas? I am a grandparent of a 16 week old and am told I must get one of these for him, he needs it for his physio. Naturally I don't want it to cost an arm and a leg. Ta, as always
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7y, 10m agoPosted 7 years, 10 months ago
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#1
I would suggest Argos/Babies R us
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#3
not all babies are interested in this kind of thing so I would n't spend a fortune

the play gyms all do different things - some play a tune too etc

I have several here that I had for my kids and they were not used that much by them

can the physio suggest what actual movements they think would be a good idea?

the one on argos link looks as good as any others

if u look on ebay there will be lots for sale and 2nd hand at much cheaper pices - this is the type of thing not used much by chidren and the mats are generally washable so you could get a bargain one

if you need to know anything else let me know - I have been though several of these
#5
I personally found the galt ring great, its around £20 for the ring & £40 for the ring and arches. My son is 8 months and still sits in his ring. Worth the money for sure :)
#6
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not all babies are interested in this kind of thing so I would n't spend a fortune

the play gyms all do different things - some play a tune too etc

I have several here that I had for my kids and they were not used that much by them

can the physio suggest what actual movements they think would be a good idea?

the one on argos link looks as good as any others

if u look on ebay there will be lots for sale and 2nd hand at much cheaper pices - this is the type of thing not used much by chidren and the mats are generally washable so you could get a bargain one

if you need to know anything else let me know - I have been though several of these
#7
he has one at home and it keeps him amused and very happy, trying to knock all the toys. His one has all sorts of sounds as well, I guess that will make it expensive eh?
#8
They're so easy to fold up I'd just get them to bring his over, thats what we did. Then you don't have to buy one!
banned#9
have a look in your local home bargins i picked one up very chaep as i am expecting in sept:)
#10
Thanks everyone appreciate the help

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