My Prince Lionheart Wheely Bug arrives today! Hurrah!

Filed under: Babies, Toddlers Preschoolers, Development/Milestones: Babies

I don't think I've ever been this excited to receive a children's product in my life. Later this afternoon, our lovely UPS man will deliver the Prince Lionheart Wheely Bug. (Not that I've been stalking the UPS website all morning. It's not like the phrase "Out for delivery" is going to change to "Out for delivery to YOU! Sarah Dorr! Please be standing at your front door at 3:23 PST!)

It might as well be Christmas morning! Except it's 70 degrees outside!

I knew I just had to have this rolling toy when I watched a friend's baby cruising around the house with pure, unadulterated glee. My son is just on the brink of walking. He can take about 5-6 unassisted steps before plopping down on the floor, but with the aid of the Wheely Bug, he should be able to take off running! Wait, come to think of it, why am I excited about this prospect?

One of the unique features that sets the Wheely Bug apart from other rolling toys are the multi-directional castors which allow the bug to move freely around obstacles, whether it be pushed or ridden upon. Plus, the bug is entirely non-toxic and has won multiple awards over the past 6 years. It comes in three styles, the Wheely Bug, the Wheely Bee (our choice) and the Wheely Cow.

If anyone needs me today, I'll be the adult staring out the window, anxiously awaiting the familiar hum of the UPS vehicle.
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Start by teaching him that it is safe to do so.
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