The Consumer Product Safety Commission said it has received reports of 61 injuries involving the Baby Einstein Musical Motion Activity Jumpers. The CPSC says children have suffered bruises and cuts when the yellow sun attachment snapped backwards. A seven-month-old boy suffered a skull fracture, and an adult chipped a tooth.
Kids II, the manufacturer of the jumper, says the recall involves jumpers made before November 2011. They were sold at Target, Toys ‘R’ Us and other retailers and online at Amazon.com between May 2010 and May 2013.
Kids II advises parents to stop using the product immediately and contact the company for a free toy replacement. Parents can call 877-325-7056 or check the website kidsii.com for more information.