Walking Wings by UpSpring Baby Review & #Giveaway

Disclosure: The below was provided to me to help facilitate my review. All opinions are my own and honest. I am disclosing this in accordance to FTC Guidelines. Please see “Disclose” and "Terms of Use" tabs for more information.

Once your baby hits that cruising stage, there isn’t ANYTHING that can stop them! I was lucky enough to be able to review the UpSpring Baby Walking Wings.

About Walking Wings:

They were made to help your baby learn how to walk.

Benefits for parents:

  • reduces back pain from bending over
  • no tugging & twisting on little arms
  • adjustable to your height
  • easy to use!
Benefits for baby:
  • balances more naturally with hands free
  • builds confidence in taking steps
  • gains a sense of control & freedom
  • fewer falls
There are two different stages that you can use the walking wings.
Stage 1:
Helps your child learn to balance and stand.
Stage 2:
Is for once your child has started taking those steps, but still needs help with stability and balance. It is also once they are ready to walk, but still a little hesitant to continue those first steps!
The Vest fits 19-26″ chest circumfrence

It is 100% cotton, Machine washable and dryer safe.
My Thoughts:
I was VERY happy to be able to try out the Walking Wings. I would say that this is definitely a MUST HAVE item for your baby gear lists out there! I didn’t have anything like this with my first daughter, and I definitely got tired of walking around all bent over! My back always hurt, and I was ready for that stage to be over as quickly as possible.
I was SO happy to give this product a try! It works wonderfully, and my daughter enjoys the world from up a little higher :)! The Walking Wings really does a great job fitting a variety of children. Ava doesn’t even notice when she has it on. She lets me put it on, and doesn’t mess with it anymore than that!
I am only around 5’4″, and my husband is 6’4″, and both of us were able to comfortable use the walking wings!
If you are interested in purchasing Walking Wings for $24.99, you can click here to purchase them, or find out more information about them!
One lucky winner will win their very own Walking Wings in their color choice! This giveaway is open to US residents only!

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Danielle received Walking Wings, in order to facilitate her review. All opinions are her own and honest. Please see “Disclose” tab for more info.


  1. YAY I so cant wait to see this.

  2. My daughter is still crawling. This would be nice an just in time for her first steps!

  3. kelley roachh says:

    i want th walking wings

  4. I want the walking wings so bad

  5. Since I have a premature baby just come home last week.. I would have to agree with most of you- the aqua scale!!

  6. Aqua screen, what a cool and useful product

  7. The Aqua Scale- what a great idea!

  8. i really like to know the cost and where to get this? are they at walmart. I like the pink walker. I could really use this to help my daughter learn to walk. She is 13 months and just not walking yet. Very stumbly. Does it fit for 1 yrs old to help learn walk and stay stable when trying?

    • I believe that the best place for you to buy it is the website linked to in the post! I don’t think that it is at Wal-Mart. It fits a wide variety of kids VERY well. The straps can be adjusted and tightened, as well as the velcro on the back can be adjusted! Good Luck with it, I really have enjoyed using it so far!

    • this you will have to direct to danielle- she did talk about stability, but you will have to check walmart to see if they carry it, and for your child’s measurements you can look on the product website.

  9. I would love to win this product!!

  10. I like the aqua scale

  11. Becky Parker says:

    I like the pink walker!

  12. I would like to have the Aqua Scale.
    Thanks for the chance!

  13. Carrie Phelps says:

    I could use the C-Panty Starter Kit!!

  14. Sue Bunting says:

    UpSpring Baby product I would most like to try is Aqua Scale

  15. Hey that is neat! I wish I had that with one of my girls when they were babies! It would have helped out!

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