When is Baby Too Big for a Bouncer?

While every baby develops differently, most babies will usually outgrown their baby bouncer when they can sit up unassisted at around 6 months.

When a baby is strong enough to sit up, they will probably be able to tip over in their bouncer. Unless you have purchased a bouncer that will convert into a toddler seat, it may be time to consider a new seat for baby.

One option for your growing baby is a Bumbo Seat.

Bumbo Seat

The Bumbo Multi Seat is a 3-in-1 multi-function seat that can be used as a floor seat, a booster seat and a feeding seat.

The Bumbo seat can be used as soon as your child can sit unassisted (around 6 months or so) up through the toddler stage with a seat that grows with them. The attachment straps will easily convert from a floor seat to a booster seat.

A three-point harness keeps your baby safe and secure. The attachment straps secure the seat to a chair for booster purposes. The buckles of the attachment straps can be stowed away on either sides of the seat when not in use.

Keep Baby Safe with Bumbo

  1. Always use the safety harness.
  2. Only use when baby can support their own head.
  3. Only use on the floor or level ground surface.
  4. Never use on an elevated surface
  5. Never leave baby unattended in their Bumbo.
  6. Don’t leave baby in Bumbo for extended periods of time.
  7. Never us Bumbo in or near water.
  8. Always follow manufacturers recommended use.

As your baby grows, it’s important to always have appropriate baby equipment that will ensure their safety.

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