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What age is recommeded for using the jumperoo? and how do I set the height to a lower level?

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It should say on your box. but 6 months is usually the age. but really when they can support their neck and hold their own head up.

My son started using it around 3 months. I put him in it when he had good neck strength and no longer had any head wobbles.
From about 3-5.5 months he enjoyed the toys on it. But he didn't start jumping until about 5.5-6 months, but once he figured it out (literally after I demonstrated it by jumping in front of him) he LOVED jumping and playing with the toys.

Check that using Bumbo about 3-4 months. Doorway jumper 5-5 1/2 months. Exersaucer 6or 7 months maybe.

I hope helps.

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