The 'Willa Walker' Makes Learning to Walk a More Streamlined Task

By: Michael Hemsworth - Mar 29, 2016
References: indiegogo & thegadgetflow
Learning to walk usually entails holding onto mom or dad's fingers as you stumble along, but the 'Willa Walker' is a toddler toy intended to make the process more streamlined.

Looking like a set of gymnast rings, the 'Willa Walker' works by offering toddlers and babies two rings to hold on to. They're attached via a piece of rope to the wooden handlebar for parents to hang onto and can be adjusted to suit children of various ages and skill levels.

The 'Willa Walker' toddler toys are currently being funded on Indiegogo and are designed to be a sustainable product. The brand is committed to creating a product line that won't cause undue harm to the planet and is partnered with several different charities.