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Summer Infant Pop 'N Jump | Review & Giveaway

Saturday, 11 August 2018

Lilah is now 6 months old, and is constantly on the go and full of beans. She wants more interaction and entertainment throughout the day than she used to, which means my days are a little bit more hectic than they were when she was a newborn! As part of our role as a Summer Mama, we were been sent the Summer Infant Pop 'N Jump to try, and it has been perfect for keeping Lilah entertained when I can't.


With the older two we had another well known jumper, but we sold it on before Lilah was born, knowing we wouldn't have room in our house now. It took up soo much space as it didn't store away, and was cumbersome to move around too. The Pop 'N Jump has been designed with all this in mind though, and it is so, sooo much better!

The lightweight folding frame comes fully assembled, and can be popped up (hence the name) within seconds. And when you're baby is done playing, you simply unhook the two latches on the side and it pops back down again, and into a storage bag. It's simple, but genius. There are 3 height settings too, so it can grow with your child. 




It's ideal for us and our small house, as it means we can have it out in our living room during the day, but then pop it away when Lilah has finished playing. The storage bag also comes with a shoulder strap so you could also easily take it in the car with you when visiting friends and family, or even on holiday if you wanted to - it would have been brilliant on our recent Haven holiday!

The jumping feature doesn't allow Lilah to jump that much, but she's more than happy being upright playing with the interactive toys and people watching. The Pop 'N Jump comes with a spinner ball, mirror book, a teether, and a rattle. They are in a lovely forest animals design, and Lilah really enjoys chomping away on the wings of the bee teether. There are also loops on the fabric so you could attach your own toys if you wanted to as well.




The jumper also comes with a UV canopy that you simply attach with poppers. Honestly I wasn't too impressed with this though, as it's a little fiddly to attach, and it doesn't really offer that much protection - I'm not sure if it was just ours, but it was bent from where you twist the canopy to store it. We've loved using it outside though, as with the combination of the canopy and attached material on the bottom, it creates a safe and comfortable environment for Lilah to be in.

Overall though we're really impressed with the Pop 'N Jump. It's incredibly easy to set up and it keeps Lilah entertained and happy - which gives me 5 minutes to relax or get some work done! I'm so pleased to be offering my readers the chance to win a Pop 'N Jump of there own too - just simply enter via the Rafflecopter widget below (terms and conditions apply).



We received this product as part of our role as a Summer Infant 'Summer Mama'. All opinions are honest and my own.

22 comments :

  1. On holiday

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  2. When we go to our family holiday home in Scotland x

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  3. When we go to the park or the beach

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  4. We go to the beach a lot so we would take it there

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  5. Either in the Garden or the beach

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  6. My nans, so baby Grace isn't always getting under her feet.

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  7. Such a cute baby! I don't have any children but would love to win this prize to donate to charity, to go to Romania.

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  8. I would give this to my sister in law, they are due in December, so this would be a fantastic gift to give to them.

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  9. This would be great to use in the garden or for trips out to see grandma and granddad! My little one is only 5 months but raring to go and loves to be upright.

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  10. Aww wow this would be brilliant for our garden or when we go to Aviemore on Holiday.

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  11. To nannys house to use in the garden!

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  12. When baba comes to stay with nana and grandad :)

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  13. I'd take it on holiday with us, so that Poppy can be somewhere safe outdoors :)

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  14. Kerry Martindale13 August 2018 at 11:20

    I would give this to my best friends daughter for her little girl

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  15. I'd give it my good friend who's due to give brith any day now, maybe she could use it in the new year?!

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  16. I would take it round my mums house as we've been spending a lot of time there in her lovely garden!

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