Great little high chair!

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Great little high chair!

Postby Savysmom » 29 Oct 2007, 12:31

OK, it's really more a booster seat with a tray, but it works wonderfully. It's made by The First Years, and is all plastic (very easy to wipe down). It cost me $20 at a local store..which for you Brits is like 2 pnd 50, right? :^)

anyway, I like that it's low enough that I can sit on the floor and eat with her (makes rescuing those renegade chunks of asparagus that much easier), but if I'm feeling really fancy, I can strap it to one of the dining room chairs.

And it's also small enough that it'll be packed in the luggage with me to visit the MIL et al (pray for us all) this week.

Here's a link to an online retailer so you can see it, but I'd shop around for a better price.

http://www.baby-wise.com/the-first-year ... -seat.html
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Postby AB&M » 29 Oct 2007, 13:34

A few people have recommend those I think - good for sitting on the sofa.

Maybe we should have a thread for chair recommendations seeing as it is such a hot topic Aitch?
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Postby AB&M » 29 Oct 2007, 13:34

A few people have recommend those I think - good for sitting on the sofa.

Maybe we should have a section for recommendations seeing as it is such a hot topic Aitch?
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Postby hazELLEnut » 29 Oct 2007, 14:16

The Tripp-trapp highchair is fantastic - costs an absolute fortune, but it's a good investment, as even adults can sit on it and it adapts as the child grows. It looks great, and allows babies to sit right up at the table. Can't recommend it highly enough. Booster seat-type highchairs are great too, although I find they're a bit awkward to get babies in and out of.
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