Baby Walkers

Your Guide to the Right Baby Gear

Make sure your baby's first steps are safe steps. Most baby walker accidents happen when baby is left unattended. Use the following safety guidelines for walkers:

Never leave baby unattended in a walker.

Choose a sturdy walker that suits the height and weight of your child.

Select a walker that has a wheel base that is longer and wider than the frame of the walker itself to ensure its stability.

Coil springs and hinges of the walker must have protective coverings.

Only use a walker on smooth surfaces. Remove all throw rugs when baby is in walker.

Keep tops of stairways blocked with gate or enclosure and doors closed. Keep child away from ranges, radiators and fireplaces.

Never carry walker with child in it.