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I saw in your post below you were asking about a walk behind toy. We got Ella the Fisher Price Stride to Ride Lion. She loves it and it is so cute. It is very sturdy and doesn't roll to fast. We only have carpet so it might be too fast on hardwood or tile but I don't know. It is sturdy enough for her to pull herself up on too. She uses that thing to get everywhere in the house. It is really durable and converts to a ride on toy once they master walking.


Re: **December29**

  • Thank you so much!  I am going to have to get something like that for Ella...I am just so nervous that she wants to walk...I was sort of hoping she wouldn't start to even take interest until 10 months!  They told me at the daycare that since she did that for them that she now has to have shoes on shoes are expensive and she keeps growing out of them so fast!  I am still in shock, but maybe this will help her out and make the transition easy on her!

    Thanks again!

  • Why does she have to wear shoes everyday now? From what I have read I thought that babies learned to walk easier without shoes but I'm sure they have a reason for their policy. I agree, baby shoes are expensive and they do go through them so fast! I think the walk behind to will really help her transition. It really helped Ella with her balance.

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