The last few days Jude (7.5 months) has been pulling himself up on the furniture and slowly making his way around. He’s properly on the move and eager to go.
So I decided to make him a baby walker using a box. And he loved it.
Here’s how I did it.
I chose a sturdy box and made sure once I had cut the hole out that it would not tip, I cut off the base of the box so his feet would touch the floor.
I then used a length of fabric which I draped in the hole to form a seat and tied it either end of the box.
I made sure I looped the fabric so it threaded through holes in the side of the box and tied around the bottom of the box to form an extra cushion of fabric for the ease of sliding along the floor.
**This box walker is intended to be used on smooth laminate, tiled or wooden floors.
I then set about painting it with non-toxic acrylic paints.
And that’s it! How easy was that! It saved me loads of money and he loves it!
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