Why We Love Our Wiggle Seat?

Why We Love Our Wiggle Seat?

Have you ever heard of a wiggle seat? Like many of you, I am the mom of a wiggle worm.

Ryley struggles with sitting still and focusing. Just eating a bowl of cereal can take her around 30 minutes. She is too busy moving around and unable to focus on her meal. Then we discovered LakiKid’s wiggle seat. Thanks to this amazing wobble disk, we can now eat on a more natural schedule and way.

The wiggle seat, also known as a wobble cushion or balance disk, has changed our lives.

It gives your child the sensory input that they desperately need and crave. It has soft bumps on one side and spikey bumps on the other side. You can inflate it as much or as little as you want for your child’s sensory needs.

Wiggle seat can be used in multiple ways and almost any setting.

My kids love to sit on it for sensory input, practice their balance by standing on it and laying on their tummies to work on their core. Ryley has also practiced using it to balance on her head.

I have found that it helps increased focus and attention, helps with balance and core strength as well. I love that it is not noisy or distracting. It helps in the classroom for homework, meal times or whenever I need her to focus.

So if you are looking for a durable quality product, look no further than Lakikid’s amazing wiggle seat.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

JENN EGGERT

is a 35-year-old mother of two. Jenn's daughter, Ryley was disagonsed with autism at the age of 4. Jenn is also the host of our weekly Facebook Live show, Ask an Autism Mom.

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