Published at Monday, April 22nd, 2019 - 00:36:55 AM. Nursing & Feeding. By Favor Mercier.
Wooden High Chairs. The classic is trendy again—and the understated finishes and clean lines fit right into most homes. Some versions are no-frills throwbacks, while others offer modern pluses like adjustable height, reclining seats and easy fold-ability for storage. Plastic or Metal Frame High Chair. A lightweight, modern frame high chair typically offers easy clean-up, portability on wheels, and an easy fold for storage. These are also among the most budget-friendly options. Full-Featured High Chair. Some multi-functional seats can be used as high chairs, cradles and sometimes even swings. They usually have all the bells and whistles, like an adjustable seat with recline, stash-able table, and casters for mobility.
Look for a wide, well-balanced footprint. You want to ensure that, even when baby gets bigger and more boisterous, she won’t be able to tip the chair over. Legs should be sturdy and not too wide-set. Chair legs that splay out wide are a tripping hazard for distracted parents in the kitchen. Look for safe, BPA-free materials. If your chair is made of wood, ensure that the paint or stain has a smooth finish, with no rough edges.
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