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« Reply #15 on: May 24, 2019, 11:09:01 AM »

I had my daughter in a walker and she absolutely loved it - but she started walking late. I was pretty careful, never letting her be in it for more than 10, 15 mins at a time, etc. I started walking at 11 months and my husband at 12, so don't know why she walked late - might have had nothing to do with the walker at all. Although she absolutely loved it, with my second child I've decided not to use sitting one, he has the jumparoo instead. And, in general, the kind that they push along (so-called push walkers) is better although choose one with a sturdy heavy base. Having something to push around is good, and my dd did that for quite a while. 

Same here. I did this too and my son loved it. My son started walking at 10 months age and my parents told me that I started walking when I was 11 months old. I use bath toilet at age of 2 years and at that time I walk 80% perfectly.

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« Reply #16 on: May 30, 2019, 02:50:06 PM »

For many years, flushable wipes for adults have made our lives easier. There are many uses for baby wipes,
baby and toddler care, washing hands when soap and water is not available, personal cleansing, and removing makeup, just to name a few.

Until recently, baby wipes were disposable – but not flushable. Now,
 flushable baby wipes have been introduced and we may never go back.
 No more smelly baby wipes in the trash cans – something that has long been on many parents’ wish list.

Thanks for letting us know about this.
Always Happy to help

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