I have a new piece of eye candy! And no, it isn't a man, it is a baby walker! It's a harness made to help babies learn to walk without having to have their hands held and I have been wanting it. With this walker, parents can support and hold their kid's without giving them the wrong balance and putting the all that stress on the arms.
It is called Walking Wings and it looks heavenly. It has a padded harness that goes around your kids chest. There are straps and handles in the back that the parent holds to help keep the kid up and balanced. It is great because you don't have to bend over anymore to help walk your baby; plus it is better on their little arms. I know I have almost hurt our sweet Lucy by holding her arms, especially when she looses her balance.
The Walking Wings aren't suppose to make your child walk completely correct, but to help your child walk more naturally and safely. The risk of arms being pulled out of their socket is slim to none when using the harness. Plus, I think it looks dang cute with your kid walking and waddling their cute way around.
These Walking Wings seem to be intended for all children, but they especially seem to help children who have no interest in walking, having a hard time with walking, preemie babies with difficulties, and even with some that have physical therapy needs. So, if your child is physically having a more difficult time with taking step, this might be an option.
So check out their website that has all their information on the Walking Wings and see for your self.