Relatable mum Chrissy Teigen buys Fisher-Price products for her baby, too

Chrissy Teigen posted a picture of baby Milo in a baby bouncer. [Photo: Getty/Instagram]
Chrissy Teigen posted a picture of baby Milo in a baby bouncer. [Photo: Getty/Instagram]

Celebrity parents, with their team of nannies, deep pockets and penchant for expensive pushchairs (we’re looking at you, Kim Kardashian West) are often fairly unrelatable. But model Chrissy Teigen has once again proved she has a fair amount with other mums.

The mum-of-two took to Instagram to post a photo of her son Milo, seven months old, using a Fisher-Price Jumperoo baby bouncer – and fans can’t stop gushing over the image.

Praising Chrissy for purchasing an affordable accessory for her son to spend time in, many parents commented saying they own the exact same product.

The colourful Fisher-Prince Rainforest Jumperoo might be sold out in Mothercare and other UK retailers, but it’s still available to buy on Amazon.

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One Instagram user commented: “I’m so happy when I see celebrity children using the same toys my daughter does. Totally makes me feel successful as a mom [sic].”

Someone else added: “Have the same bouncer and never felt so good about an item… there is smthg [sic] about you using the same bouncer as me.. your [sic] a real one!”

Another person noticed another relatable part of the picture, and that was Milo’s classic grey knitted jumper.

The user wrote: “It’s just reassuring to know that the same baby jumper I bought my kid 11+ years ago hasn’t gone out of style.”

There was also some questions about why Milo wasn’t wearing his helmet for flat head syndrome.

Are baby bouncers dangerous?

Sit in bouncers are safe for babies to use as long as they are able to sit unassisted and provides a way for your child to practice using their legs and feet. However, usage should be kept to a minimum, according to Cheadle Osteopathy.

The website advises: “If you do decide to use them then your baby shouldn’t be left in them for prolonged periods.

“Equipment which replaces the need or desire to crawl and takes time away from lying on his tummy and practising to crawl, should definitely be kept to a minimum if used at all.”

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