You may or may not have the same experience. I have links for each item so that you can easily find out more information. I am not paid by any of these companies nor is my blog monetized at this time. These are are solely my opinions.
It is a good purchase if you also purchase durable tape to make up for the weak seams that will leak air after the first week and also an electric pump as you'll be refilling the Jump-O-Lene...daily. For jumping, you might just want to try a tried and true mini trampoline.
|Vest, Fun and Function|
At $50 dollars, this vest can't be beat! I love that you can remove the weights from hidden, tiny, little pockets if you just need compression. It uses velcro to secure the vest on the body so it's adjustable for a good fit. It's adorable when it's on too. The only negative about it is the smell - it smells like a tire factory, but they are washable so that should take care of that! Izaiah loves it and I ended up getting a graphic one for my older daughter too. That will be on her blog. I'll link when I get it done.
|Grabbers, Ark Therapy|
Third, I have some of these grabber chews from Ark Therapy. These are great - durable too. My son doesn't so much like to "chew", he's more of a "sucker" but he likes to carry them around and I love the way the handle is shaped - very easy for a toddler to tote.
Fourth, a chew noodle from Chew Noodle. Izaiah uses it sometimes, when he feels like chewing and mouthing. He loves carrying the noodle around and hitting stuff with it though! I like the little clip it comes with - you can clip it on to a jacket or coat if you needed to.
Next is a Chewy Charm by Sensory University and the link to amazon where I bought it. This one has a strap so your child can wear it. It does have a break-away-clasp for safety, but still it's for the older kids. Izaiah likes to chew it occasionally.
|Z Vibe with rough tip|
|Z-Vibe with soft spoon tip|
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