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Mother invents products to help improve his son’s motor skills

Shared by Ana Duarte on 2018-06-11 10:33

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Emil was born premature after a case of pre-eclampsia, weighing only 1400 g. He had difficulties learning how to walk. So, his mother Fie started reading everything about motor skills, talking to experts, etc. She found out that the most important part of the quality of products that would help children with motor impairment to crawl, stand and walk.

So, she set out to invent a range of clothing (and other accessories) that could help improve her son’s motor skills. Fie created crawling tights, crawling leggings, crawling kneepads, etc., for children from 0 to 18 months. The products can be bought online.

“It is all about giving your child the best conditions to conquer the world. With this knowledge and with the dream of creating a range of clothing that could help improve Emil's motor skills, I began developing the four products that make GoBabyGo's crawling range”, Fie explained.

Adapted from: https://www.gobabygo.co.uk/thestorybehind

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About the author

Fie Aspöck Jonsen, from Denmark, created GoBabyGo, in 2013, a company that produces products to improve baby’s motor skills, such as tights, kneepads, gloves, etc. Fie invented these products because her son was born two months premature and needed to improve his motor skills.

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