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    What do call the thing which is used by babies who can't walk? Babies at the age of for example six month can't walk. There is something they sit in. It has wheels and they go where they want in the house. I don't mean a pram.
    Thanks

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    Re: a word

    Quote Originally Posted by daisy1352 View Post
    What do call the thing which is used by children who can't walk? Children at the age of for example six month can't walk. There is something they sit in. It has wheels and they go where they want in the house. I don't mean a pram.
    Thanks
    When I was a baby, it was simply called a "walker", or a "baby walker".

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