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Wooden playgyms are very expensive. That is why I am so happy to see Ikea make a version.
February 2, 200912:48 pm
yes, i saw these as well and was happy
February 2, 20091:19 pm
we just bought one and our baby girl LOVES it. we love that it’s not a huge hunk of garish plastic in our living room and it just blends. it’s not 100% wood though, some bits are plastic but hardly noticable.
amber of TheAmberShow
February 2, 20091:53 pm
Like Becky, the thought of a huge hunk of garish plastic sitting around makes me ill. It’s good to know there are options for people who don’t want to pitch their design sense when they have a kiddo.
February 2, 20092:04 pm
Oooh, thanks for this. I love wooden toys.
February 2, 20093:17 pm
This is excellent! I was looking for something similar a while back and the few options I found we REALLY expensive, plus they had to be shipped from out of the country. YEA for Ikea! My hero.
February 2, 20094:44 pm
This is perfect!
February 2, 20097:37 pm
Love this, thank you!
February 3, 200910:03 pm
Wow. I’m a big fan of wooden toys as well, and like the look of this one. Thanks for sharing this info.
February 6, 20096:29 pm
I just gave this as a gift to two friends and it was a hit!
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