Fisher-Price SpaceSaver High Chair - Pacific Pebble, Infant-To-Toddler Dining Chair, GWD47
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IKEA’s optional back cushion helps with this problem, and it can bring smaller babies closer to the tray and allow them to sit up straight. Users can also adjust the height between six different positions, adjust the footrest between three different positions (or remove it entirely), and choose from three different recline options. In 2023, Jenni tested the new, less-expensive Stokke Steps, a plastic seat that mimics the Tripp Trapp’s design, and she found this to be true for her toddler as well. Consider where you will place the high chair for most feedings, but also keep in mind that you might want to be able to move it to other areas of the home as well. This 3D seat just might be the way of the future when it comes to traveling and eating out with your baby in tow.
Tiny diners love smearing hands full of sticky puree everywhere they can reach, and toddlers are notorious for overturning entire bowls of Cheerios and milk more often than not.Two other unique things we loved are the tray storage on the back (the tray clips right onto the back of the high chair when folded, keeping everything organized) and that the chair stands independently when folded.
We have thoroughly enjoyed the one we have for our daughter and would love this giveaway for another one to be left at Grandma’s house. Still, this chair makes more of a mess than our other picks, primarily because food and liquid tend to fall through the booster seat to the adult chair below. The Svan Signet Complete has a bentwood frame and can adjust to last throughout childhood, and even for adult use. If you like the design of the Stokke Tripp Trapp but want a slightly less expensive option: The Stokke Steps chair is worth considering.We’re not going to lie—we have a major soft spot for this Scandinavian classic that’s been around since 1972 and is still going strong.