We got to the point where we were tired of B using our stomaches as a trampoline.  When I say the kid has legs, I mean he has legs.  I mean seriously.  His mom was a gymnast and jumps horses.  I think strength is in the genes.

It was time to get something for him to jump on other than Granny and Mom.  We headed to Walmart to see what we could buy.  We settled on the Bright Starts Bouncer.

I warned Maggie that assembly will be required. By her.  She was up for the task.

One of the benefits of being a single mom with no man around is that when a toy is put together, DIRECTIONS WILL BE READ.  I credit this with how quickly Maggie was able to assemble the bouncer.

I told her “just wait until Christmas Eve”….. *blinks*

B loves his bouncer, and he spends a lot of time in it.  And he’s sure glad his mom is handy with instructions.  Now we are off to bounce!

 

1 Comment on If She Builds It He Will Bounce

  1. Lauralee Hensley
    May 6, 2013 at 11:54 pm (5 years ago)

    I think it’s definitely a boyish thing, the bouncing, jumping, boundless energy. I also believe it’s a good indicator that he’ll not be one of those little school age boys that you can’t ever get outside to play because they’d rather be sitting in front of the boob tube (TV), or holding a game consol two inches in front of their eyes. I believe he’ll be an active outdoorsy little boy. Wonderful that you already got him a bouncer, good for grandma and mama to have free tummy time. He’s just so stinkin’ cute, you gotta love that smile of his. Love all the pictures.

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