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  • Kim Nelson

    old school baby walker...I lived

  • Jj Jones

    old school walker. Good for going down basement steps..........

  • Deborah Ann Miller

    60s / 70s walker

  • robin g

    Old school walkers. I remember going to sore sense and their little girl as in one!

  • Lisa Trejo Gonzales

    60's /70's Baby Walker - otherwise known as "the death trap we kids survived back in the day"!

  • Holly Clifton Smith

    old school walker (DANGER!!) had it though!! My dad caught me just as I was heading down the back porch stairs in it

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