This toy is awesome. She uses it to cruise around and it is the only walker that doesn't turn upside down on her. We also keep it stocked with toys and roll it around from room to room and set her on the floor with it. We can put her in the bumbo chair and take off the rails of this wagon and she sits in bumbo pulling out toy after toy while i shower and get ready in the morning. I put it in her bedroom when i'm putting laundry away, and she takes things in and out. Many uses. She's almost walking as a result of pulling up on this wagon. My cousins girls are 4 and 2 and they take it everywhere and use it as a baby carriage. too cute.
My munchkin loves this and I'm sure we'll get lots of use out of it after he's learned to walk. What a fun toy! I read reviews that said there was a choking hazard with the clickers.... yeah, if you don't put it together correctly! I think those people didn't read the instructions because it is so easy to put together. The clickers are secured with a washers and screws in the wood. If you skip that step.... yes they will fall out and be a choking hazard. Read the instructions and you won't have any problem with that and it will be a fun toy for all!
This wagon/push toy is made so the kids don't fall learning to walk. My 11 month old grandson and my 8 month old grand daughter both enjoy this toy at our home. I plan to get one for my youngest grandson for his home for Christmas. He is just 4 months right now. And doesn't get to visit as often as the other two to enjoy this one at mammaws house. It is wonderful. I bought one 5 years ago for my eldest granddaughter and the 11 month old already has that one as a hand me down at home. I love this toy. It is worth every dime and something you could keep after they out grow it to decorate with in a family room. The kids ride in it too and how they love being pushed in it even at 6 months. The eleven year old totes the poodle and the cat in his all the time!
This wagon is great! My daughter is 8 months old, stands with support, and she needed to take that next step (literally). She wanted to feel more independent in the process of learning to walk other than my wife and I holding her hands. This was the answer we were looking for. This toy does require supervision and assistance while the child is learning to walk, but the thrill of accomplishment that my daughter felt as she took her steps and knew that we weren't holding her was priceless. The flexible rods on the wheels are great and provide just the right amount of resistance needed as they learn to move forward and backwards. She loves it and so do we. It also serves as a place to store toys when playtime is over....my daughter greatly enjoys emptying the wagon of its contents as well.