Fisher Price Bounce And Spin Zebra Recall

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Clothing All our children's clothes allow generous room for growth and most are dual sized by age. Use the guide above and the measurements provided to ensure you order the correct size. Back to top Download the Footwear Fit Guide Please check the size chart has printed out to the correct size by measuring the scale at the bottom of the chart, this must measure 10cm otherwise the indicated size may not be accurate.

Please fold the paper along the dotted line and place the chart on a hard surface against an immovable vertical surface such as a skirting board to help gain an accurate measure. Place the left foot on the chart and record the length of the foot (e.g. 2¼) repeat for the right foot (e.g. 2½). Based on these results a size 3 would be selected. As most people's feet are not the same size the size of shoe is determined by the largest foot.

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Becky - posted on 01/27/2009 We got her a swing for outside, and a Tickle Me Cookie Monster for Christmas and for her birthday (only 7 days later-->she is a New Years Day baby), I bought her the Fisher Price "popcorn popper"; I don't know the exact name, but it's the little push toy with the plastic balls in the little dome that pops. I hope you know what I'm talking about! Rhonda - posted on 01/27/2009 I am a Educational Consultant with Discovery Toys.

All of our products carry a lifetime guarantee. So, if a toy would ever break you get a new one for free! Our products are also very safe for your children. I can proudly say that we have never had a mandatory recall on any products! What other toy company can say that?For a one year old I suggest the following:EZ Blocks $24.99GO GO Caterpillar $14.99Giant Pegboard $16.99 (you child will play with this until 2nd or 3rd grade)Measure UP! Cups $10.

99 (stacking, nesting, color sorting, names of numbers, scooping, clay stamping, addittion & subtaction, colume & weight....just to name a few uses for this toy)Toddler Talk - $14.99 (records a 6 sec message)Visit my webpage for more luck with the Birthday party! If you need help finding the perfect toy for your child, I will be glad to help! My email is rhonda_schultz04@yahoo.

com Nicola - posted on 01/27/2009 Hi for my sons first birthday as he loves phones and is walking we got him a pull along phone great thing is that it doesnt need batteries Jenn - posted on 01/27/2009 i got one of those walkers that they push from behind (not ones they sit in) that also turns into a rider that she sits on, and also books. its a good age for books now that they can focus a bit more.

my daughter loves the ones with bright colours with the hard pages she can turn on her own. toys that they can learn something from are a better idea i think. i try to get stuff they can learn from whenever i can. at that age its good to start good habits, such as reading. Christy - posted on 01/27/2009 My son got the Fisher Price Fun 2 Learn Center and he just loves it!  He loves lights and sounds and this has lots, lots more!!  I think it is well worth the $53 and change + tax!  You can just have it shipped right to your wal-mart store and not have to pay any shipping. Linda - posted on 01/26/2009 I second the doll and stroller!  My daughter is 2.  A friend got her the Fisher Price Little Mommy doll and stroller for her 1st b-day.  I vowed that this would be what I get every little girl for their 1st birthday because my daughter loves it so much.  The doll is kind of goofy looking when it's hat is off, but after getting several other dolls since that one, my daughter still loves that doll the most.

  And the stroller is really nice.  My daughter still sits herself in it and it is very sturdy.  Sorry, can you tell I'm a bit passionate about this?! Junko - posted on 01/26/2009 My suggestion is a Baby Einstein DVD set :)My son loves it and it teaches him a lot of smart stuffs :) Emily - posted on 01/26/2009 1,065 17 124 A doll.

We got each of our daughters a nice, soft-body doll for their first birthday. They also got a simple doll stroller. They LOVE carrying their "babies" around the house. We have three daughters (3 1/2, 2 1/2 and 1) and three identical dolls (we marked them so we can tell them apart) and they are still the most-played-with toys in the house.We also like blocks, duplos, and trains for our kids. Duplos and trains might be a bit more advanced for a 1 year old, so they can wait for Christmas or another birthday.

.. but blocks are great for a 1 year old.Also, our 1 year olds tend to like things that aren't toys... baskets and boxes to climb in, old cell phones, etc. We also like Signing Time DVDs. :) Jenny - posted on 01/26/2009 Blocks, blocks, blocks! I get evry one year old blocks. I bought mt son a wagon when he turned one also. Dawn - posted on 01/26/2009 when our daughter turned one we bought her a swing for outside and her grandmother bought her a slide meant for 1-4 year olds.

we had a huge house at the time so we kept it in our living room...but she loved both of them. she's 3 1/2 now and still plays on the slide...she's too big for the swing now but still tries to sit in it!! she loves to be outside so these were the best gifts for her.

Hazel Gordon

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