SmallSteps™ Baby Walk Assistant improves your baby's balance and coordination.
Free hands while walking gets your baby a sense of independence. They can also bend and turn smoothly without being hindered by anything.
Research has shown that by helping your baby to walk by holding their hands you can easily dislocate their humerus (upper arm bone) from glenohumeral joint which is the joint connecting arm to the shoulder.
SmallSteps™ Baby Walk Assistant is very user-friendly and comes with a user-manual to help you use it efficiently. The straps are adjustable so it is easy to put on and take off. It fits all sizes!
Made from 100% cotton and mesh, not only it only assures safety for your baby, but also comfort and breathability.
Helps boost confidence - SmallSteps™ Baby Walk Assistant belt will help your baby gain confidence as they will think they are actually walking on their own. This confidence will quickly developed into independent walking.
Prevents injuries - Limit the risk of injuries from falling and hitting sharp corners while learning how to walk.
Reduces back pain - When you will be teaching your baby how to walk with BabyStep Walking Assistant you will no longer need to bend over.
One size fits all - The straps are adjustable and it can fit every baby’s size.
Superior quality - It is made from 100% cotton and mesh. It can support up to 90 lbs.
Q: Is SmallSteps™ Baby Walk Assistant safe for my baby?
A: Yes, it is made from strong and durable material, which assures the safety of your baby while learning to walk.
Q: How will the SmallSteps™ Baby Walk Assistant help my lower back?
A: SmallSteps™ Baby Walk Assistant prevents bending over while holding your baby’s hands. You can easily assist your baby’s walking without hurting your back.
Q: When is my baby ready for the SmallSteps™ Baby Walk Assistant?
A: Your baby is ready when they start cruising around. This usually occurs sometime after the baby is 8-9 months old.
Q: How will my baby react to the SmallSteps™ Baby Walk Assistant?
A: Your child will adjust quickly as he or she experiences the thrill of walking.