Baby walkers provide safe and convenient conditions for children who are learning to walk. Mothers should not let children use the walker too early and for a long time. To a certain extent, the baby walkers limits the ability of children to exercise their own activities, and long-term use is also not conducive to the healthy growth of the baby’s bones.

Experts suggest that the baby can start using the walker when the baby can sit upright and can walk a few steps independently with the aid of a railing or wall. Baby walker can be used for up to 18 months. In order to avoid the adverse effects of the use of walkers on children’s bone development, the baby should not stay in the walker for too long (less than 20 minutes) each time.