High Chairs & Booster Seats

High Chairs & Booster Seats

A high chair is a piece of furniture used for feeding older babies and younger toddlers. The seat is raised a fair distance from the ground, so that a person of adult height may spoon-feed the child comfortably from a standing position (hence the name). It often has a wide base to increase stability. There is a tray which is attached to the arms of the high chair, which allows the adult to place the food on it for either the child to pick up and eat or for the food to be spoon-fed to them.

A booster chair is meant to be used with a regular chair to boost the height of a child sufficiently. Some boosters are a simple monolithic piece of plastic. Others are more complex and are designed to fold up and include a detachable tray.

Rarely, a chair can be suspended from the edge of the table avoiding the need for an adult chair or a high chair.

High chairs can result in child-related accidents

High chairs are not a main priority when your little one is a newborn. But once he hits the 4- to 6-month mark and you're starting to introduce foods like purees and small bites, your baby will need a high chair. While what and how to feed your little one are your main concerns, having the right baby high chair for your specific needs can make the transition to solids happen more smoothly.If you think your baby is messy and you want to get rid of the mess he is making while he/she is eating get your hands on the baby high chair. The Baby land has some amazing stuff for your baby that includes a  high chair, baby dining chairbooster seat, . It will not only make it easy for the child but it will also provide some comfort for the parents. This way, they will not have to bend and feed the infant. Chair and table are two important things a child must-have. They will know the etiquettes of sitting on the table and eating. The child will grow better if they have their meal comfortably. The dining chair and booster chair are so light in weight that you can easily carry it from one room to another.

Choosing the best high chair for you

Baby may be using a high chair from 6 months all the way to age 3, when he can graduate to a booster. When shopping for a high chair, consider the following to find the best fit for your family:

The amount of space you have. You’ll need to be able to easily maneuver and reach, so you can feed your child while he is sitting in the high chair. Those with smaller kitchens may want a more streamlined model, a portable high chair that attaches right to the table or boosters that attach to your dining chairs.

How long you can use the high chair. Depending on the chair, he may be able to use it from infancy right on through the toddler years. These days, many high chairs easily grow with baby, converting from an infant seat to a toddler booster and then to a chair.

How easy the high chair is to clean. At some point, when your baby becomes a toddler, he will start to learn to feed himself. You’ll need a high chair that’s easy to clean because — trust us — there will be spills, splatters and crumbs. Consider a high chair with removable parts or materials that can be wiped down easily to make cleaning a breeze.

The tray type. Adjustable? Removable? Dishwasher safe? Look for a wide, sturdy and removable option that offers easy clean-up.

The high chair's portability. This will likely be especially important for families with smaller kitchens. Some traditional models are not easy to store, which means they’ll take up coveted space in your kitchen and dining room. If stashability is important, add it to your checklist.

Your personal style. Though it shouldn’t be your main focus — safety always comes first! — high chairs are essentially furniture. Depending on your style, you may be drawn to different materials, colors or designs.

Comfortability. After all, an uncomfortable baby is not likely to be interested in mealtime at all. Soft, washing-machine-friendly padding or a well-shaped seat will help baby stay comfortable and ready to eat and explore.

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