I don't know how to word this the best way so everyone knows what I'm talking about, but my apartment doesn't have a traditional doorway entering the living room and . It has an open floor plan, and there's just a very wide opening for the living room, and a normal sized doorway from there into the kitchen, but nothing for a doorway jumper to clamp onto. I know there were some that screw into ceiling joists, and would love to find one but I haven't had much luck. Can anyone help me find one, hopefully one that isn't outrageously priced? Or could anyone tell me how I could modify a doorway jumper to anyway, even if it hangs in the middle of a room? I'm not sure how to get this to work out, and I really want to get one.
Around 8-9 months old I would recommend the doorway jumperoo if you have the right doorway that it would work because it transports so easily and they go crazy in those things.
A Jolly Jumper gets bouncing bundles of joy ready for their walking debut and gives them their daily dose of exercise. This space-saving doorway jumper also keeps tiny tots entertained and improves coordination,...
Thanks so much for this post! As you know I asked on the boards which is better.
We’re on a tight so going to hit the consignment stores in search of a jumperoo.
We were gifted a doorway jumper too so will have to try that out.