But of course, if baby isn’t feeling like a leg workout, the activity center makes a sturdy chair. It includes a 360-degree rotating seat, allowing baby to turn himself to reach all the clip-on toys. If baby wants to stay planted on the ground, he can simply remove himself from the center seat and be able to stand and play from the outside.
After a lot of imaginative play, I needed a little time to de-stress. So naturally, I picked up my coloring books and instantly transformed the activity center into a table! Luckily I could convert it from a seat to a small table with a smooth flat surface. All I had to do was take the foot platform and snap it in to the top of the center, where baby sits. I was happy with how simple that was, and also, how simple the activity center was to store later on. The snap on legs makes it very easy to pack up and re-assemble.
This activity center is perfect for a little brain and body workout!
Kelly is an editorial intern at Adventure Publishing Group. When she's not writing/playing/thinking about toys, she's probably spilling coffee on herself, laughing at her own jokes, or doing something awkward somewhere. As a quirky redhead, she one time tricked her friends into thinking she was the new face of Wendy's fast-food franchise as a prank. She's not, but a chili lover can dream right? You can follow her on Twitter @kcorbzz.
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