Fisher-Price Discover ‘n Grow Jumperoo Review

It’s no secret. I’m a huge fan of Fisher-Price! Their toys and equipment are just made to the best standard and my girls always get great entertainment.

We’ve been lucky enough to be given the opportunity to review one of their jumperoos. The Discover ‘n Grow Jumperoo
20130908-070644 AM.jpgP1 was always a huge lover of her jumperoo, the rainforest one, and was even known to fall asleep a few times so I hoped that P2 would follow steps. The jumperoo was very simple to put up and the seat has three height adjustments.
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20130908-071240 AM.jpgI love all the bright and bold colours of the Discover ‘n Grow Jumperoo. It features spring covers to protect fingers when bouncing and they are really brightly coloured too!

The seat is padded and the cover is machine and tumble dryer safe which is definitely a relief and must have. P2 has already had hours of fun in this jumperoo as there is a great array of different activities within her reach.
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The piano section lights up and plays music if she touches it or of she bounces…20130908-071841 AM.jpg
This bit has little balls inside and makes a lovely rattling noise when P2 moves it…20130908-071855 AM.jpg
The elephant features a mirror, and the classic moving beads…20130908-071902 AM.jpg
The frog usually dangles towards the floor and last night I watched P2 attempt to get the frog by the ribbon for about 10minutes. She kept dropping it but continued to try and try until finally she succeeded in getting the frog tether into her mouth…20130908-072356 AM.jpg
There’s also two dangling toys, a bird and a bee, which are fantastic to help motor skills and coordination. I expected the jumperoo to be really noisy, and I’m not saying it’s silent, but it is bearable! Especially when you see the happiness and joy in P2s eyes as she’s bouncing and screeching away.

The Discover ‘n Grow has a retail price of £109.99. You can buy it on Amazon, Mothercare, Tesco, Argos and many other retailers. Prices vary from £69.50 – £109.99. It’s definitely worth the money!

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(This product was sent free of charge by Fisher-Price for the purpose of this review. All opinions are of my own)

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  1. can u sell to me this jumperoo for my lovely baby

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