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Tippitoes Vibrating Bouncer

I reviewed this bouncer back in February, but it deserves an updated post. The bouncer is designed for babies from birth to six months, with its comfy seat and vibrate function which is meant to keep infants both relaxed and entertained. Marianna is now 11 months old and refuses to be parted from it, even though her legs stick out the end and you can't help but question how comfortable it can be. But, it can do this, which cracks me up every time -


My original review: The Tippitoes bouncer is super bright and colourful, with a vibrate function, rattle toys, and it plays music into the bargain. :)

It went together pretty easily and, after some hassle trying to work out how to get the batteries in, Marianna seemed to really enjoy it right from the get go. The chair plays rock-a-bye baby, as well as wave and running water noises. The electronic tone is much less annoying than on many I've heard too. It retails for around £40 on Amazon, but my mum managed to pick up a factory stock model for £15 with free shipping. (To be fair, she has many years of bargain hunting experience on me!)

Just another reason to love spending time at nanny and bampy's...








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  1. Well done Grandma, what a bargain! We had a seat with a vibrating mode and it was a life saver. Instant nap time when it went on. #FridayFrolics

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    1. They're really great - and even if it doesn't lull her to sleep straight away, she now bounces herself so much she wears herself out and has a nap anyway! :)

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  2. Ahhh I miss the bouncy chair days. Thanks for linking up to #Friday Frolics.

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  3. Looks like so much fun! I want one too :)

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    1. My OH always says he wants one in his size! :)

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  4. Well done Nan she must teach me lol. LIke the look of the chair also

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  5. We have a vibrating bouncer and it is a lifesaver! Thanks for linking up! xx

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