You can’t pack an exersaucer! Traveling with a baby is hard enough, and sometimes babies can adjust easier to new places when they have familiar things around them. If your baby loves his exersaucer, he may just be a little bit happier if you have one for him to enjoy on your trip. Let’s face it: a happy baby makes the trip, and an exersaucer is a great way to entertain a baby who is not yet independently mobile. It allows babies to practice standing and play with toys while taking in the action around them. We’ve chosen exersaucers that feature a variety of toys, including electronic ones, and that enable the baby to spin around 360 degrees. Exersaucers can help encourage ten developmental milestones, including gross motor skills, fine motor skills, object exploration, cause/effect learning, self-awareness, tactile development, visual development, object permanence, hand-eye coordination and musical development. The exersaucers have rock, spin, and bounce capabilities, as well as three height adjustments. The toys have crinkly parts, sounds, spinning balls and mirrors, as well as a variety of cute looking toys that even you will enjoy looking at. Three flip-down feet can be used if you want the exersaucer to be stationary, rather than rock. If you live in the city and aren’t sure if the exersaucer is for your baby, why not rent one from us for a few days and let your baby test drive it. Then you can decide whether or not you want to purchase one of your own.