Helping your baby to make a first move!
Your newborn's legs aren't nearly strong enough to support him yet, but if you hold him upright under his arms, he'll dangle his legs down and push against a hard surface with his feet, almost as if he's walking. This is a reflexive action, and he'll only do it for a couple of months.
By the time your baby's about 6 months old, he'll bounce up and down if you let him balance his feet on your thighs. Bouncing will be a favorite activity over the next couple of months, as your baby's leg muscles continue to develop while he masters rolling over, sitting, and crawling.
You are also helping to youreself!
Usually parents are worried about their baby fisrt step. They need constantly to pay attention on their baby, while they walking. We are giving you best solution for that. You are not only helping your baby, you are helping to yourself.
Your back will be thanking you!
You are tired of banding your back? Every parents has problems with back, when they got their baby.
Lower back strain is a common cause of back pain when bending over. The position can put significant pressure on the lower back, causing the muscles and ligaments to stretch excessively.