I can’t believe I waited until my fourth baby to get a Jumperoo. Honestly, I always thought they looked neat but were just something that would take up even more space in our house. I wish I got one years ago. It’s so fun and all the activity really entertain and then tire out the baby. Miles started holding himself up on his own right around 5 months. I wanted something for him to go in and play when he was hanging out in the playroom with his sisters and brother (and me). We decided on the Fisher-Price Roarin’ Rainforest Jumper. Miles loves it!
There’s so much for baby to discover on this Jumperoo. There’s music, lights and exciting sounds (that can also be turned off). Miles loves grabbing at the toys and playing and when he starts to get tired of one set of toys, we spin him over to the next set of toys. The Roarin’ Rainforest Jumper has a rotating seat that gives the baby 360 degree access to a ton of different toys and activities. A few of the fun items: soft monkeys overhead, spinners, clickers, a bead bar, mirror, etc
In addition to be fun and colorful, the Fisher-Price Roarin’ Rainforest Jumperoo was designed to give developing motor skills a helpful boost. There are plenty of items that the baby can reach, grasp, and move, plus they can groove and jump so high!
The size of the Jumperoo is perfect for Miles because it actually gives him a bit of a barrier from his super loving (sometimes giving TOO many hugs) siblings. He can actually have a bit of time to play on his own. Although one of our favorite things about watching Miles in the Jumperoo is that his sisters and brother form a circle around it and chant “jump Miles jump, jump Miles jump”. This makes Miles giggles and jump so high!
Also, for how big the Roarin’ Rainforest Jumperoo is, it’s really very easy to fold for storage. It’s also not very heavy and easy to move. Sometimes Miles jumps in the family room too. I would highly recommend the Roarin’ Rainforest Jumperoo. It’s a great item to add to your baby registry or to get if you have a little ones ready to “jump” and play.
Disclosure: We were not compensated for this post. We did receive product for the purpose of review. As always, all opinions are my own.