Review: Fisher-Price Brilliant Basics Musical Activity Walker
Written on July 6, 2006 by Kevin.
From day one, Rylan has shown signs of having strong leg muscles. It was just minutes after birth that he was pushing his way around the hospital bassinet that they had him lying in. Months passed and he began showing signs of wanting to walk. Months continued to pass before we decided to let Rylan try out this Fisher-Price Activity Walker.
This thing is packed full of toys. It can be converted into a sitting toy with some slight changes resulting in the child having plenty of things to do. Does it play music? Yes. Is it annoying? Yes. Dang the thing is sensitive. You can literally walk next to it and it will trigger the sound to kick in. Pretty darn annoying when you have a child sleeping right next to it and you want to walk by.
Speaking of walking, Rylan seems to enjoy getting up and pushing his walker across the room. Of course he does a good portion of it on his knees. Regardless of how he gets across the room, he ends the trip with a huge smile of satisfaction. It certainly does the job when it comes to helping your child get around the room.
Overall, I'd say this was a pretty good purchase. I cannot recall how much or where we purchased it from but I would likely recommend this to other parents. There are a lot of these types of toys around so I would suggest researching them to your best ability. We have already found other walkers that we visually enjoy more. Why do they always come out with better things right after you buy yours?