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Reviewed in the United States on May 28, 2019
Admittedly, I was remiss with tummy time in the first two month's of my daughter's life. She hated it so much that I just didn't want to put her through it. I actually bought this chair (I jokingly call it her 'recliner' because her dad has one, lol) to help her strengthen her neck muscles. I *always* supervised her while she was in the chair as she would often get tired and begin to slump her head, eventually falling asleep with her forehead on the tray. (I wouldn't leave her there long.) Anyhow, it did help her because each day she'd get a little bit stronger. I like to put it in the kitchen while I'm cooking or washing dishes so she can be a part of the action. I've also put it on the kitchen table (again, always supervised and in the center) while I sew. It opens (only one hand needed) and collapses (both hands needed) so easily. She's now three months old and sits in it quite well. As long as she doesn't have any gas at the time, she seems to enjoy (or at least be content) in her little recliner. I think we'll use it as long as she fits in it.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Using it to help my baby strengthen her neck
By Darcy Flurry on May 28, 2019
Admittedly, I was remiss with tummy time in the first two month's of my daughter's life. She hated it so much that I just didn't want to put her through it. I actually bought this chair (I jokingly call it her 'recliner' because her dad has one, lol) to help her strengthen her neck muscles. I *always* supervised her while she was in the chair as she would often get tired and begin to slump her head, eventually falling asleep with her forehead on the tray. (I wouldn't leave her there long.) Anyhow, it did help her because each day she'd get a little bit stronger. I like to put it in the kitchen while I'm cooking or washing dishes so she can be a part of the action. I've also put it on the kitchen table (again, always supervised and in the center) while I sew. It opens (only one hand needed) and collapses (both hands needed) so easily. She's now three months old and sits in it quite well. As long as she doesn't have any gas at the time, she seems to enjoy (or at least be content) in her little recliner. I think we'll use it as long as she fits in it.
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