- Ladybug mirror plays silly sounds
- Frog spinner top
- Spinning bee rattle ball
- Ratcheting bug with crinkle fabric wings
- Lilly pad toy stalk with fabric edges
- Overhead toy arch includes teether and hanging bumblebee
- Easy to clean toy tray
- Four toy loops for attaching more of baby’s favorite toys
- Three adjustable height settings in seat
Babies love to bounce. When Jude was little I always wanted to get an infant activity center for him but our previous home had no room for such an item. Now that we have a bigger place I thought I would spoil baby 2 a little with the Bright Starts Bounce-a-Bout.
The Bounce-a-Bout Features:
I was surprised at how simple it was to assemble the Bounce-a-Bout. Jude even helped me attached the toys to the play area surface. What I love about the Bounce-a-Bout is the unique bounce pad that provides a soft surface for babies feet to play. It’s like a mini-trampoline for babies. The only disadvantage of the Bounce-a-Bout is that is it a bit bulky so if you are limited on space it might crowd your home. It does however lay flat for storage which is a bonus. Overall, I think any baby would have a fun time playing in the Bounce-a-Bout.
Buy: The Bright Starts Bounce-a-Bout retails for $59.99.
I received the featured product in exchange for my honest opinion. The opinions expressed in this post are my own and not influenced by the company.