How to Collapse a Baby Trend Walker

By Debi Walstad
A baby who can sit unassisted is the right age for a walker.
A baby who can sit unassisted is the right age for a walker.

Baby Trend sells two basic styles of baby walkers, the Trend Walker Kiku and Trend Walker Bear. The walker is recommended for babies from the time they can sit up unassisted (usually about 6 months old) to 30 pounds in weight, 32 inches in height, or can walk unassisted. The walker can fold flat for storage or transport convenience and also features a removable toy bar, tray for food or toys, height adjuster and a wide base for support.

Turn the button underneath the front of the walker to unlock.

Press down on the button to release the walker.

Press the walker downward until it lays flat to the ground.

Store walker conveniently in a closet or under a crib or bed.

Transport folded up walker easily in a car.

Warning

Before putting your child into a walker that has been stored, be sure that it locks in place to avoid it collapsing with baby inside.

About the Author

Debi Walstad has been writing professionally since March, 2010. She has written for several websites specializing in health and fitness. Walstad holds an Associate of Applied Science in education, child and family studies from Utah Valley University.