I highly recommend this jumperoo. My baby loves it. He doesn't stay content long in his bouncer or swing, but with the Jumperoo I can actually get stuff done. He loves the lights, sounds, and toys. He hasn't really figured out he can turn on his own yet, so when we turn him a different way, it's like Christmas all over again (new toys). Just to verify, the adjustments are on the straps, not the poles, but it is adjustable. I used this with my son at 3 months and his legs were a little too short, so I just put a book or pillow under his feet. By 4 months, he was able to touch. He has figured out how to jump and has a hayday doing it. This is a great toy if your child is like mine and only likes to sit up or stand. My main gripes about it are the price (I don't think it should cost so much, but in the end, it's worth it) and the dragon fly toy doesn't stand up like it shows in the pictures (it doesn't say anthing about it in the instructions, so I had to call customer service to find that out), so it just kinda flops off the side. It also wasn't the easiest thing I ever put together and takes up a bit of space. The pros are that you get the fun of the Johnny Jump Up without having to find a door frame to put it on (as my house has old high door frames that it didn't fit on) and you don't really need to invest in a exersaucer (as it's alot like an exersaucer except that it bounces). It keeps my son well entertained for alot longer then his swing and bouncer.
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