Published at Monday, April 22nd, 2019 - 00:55:02 AM. Nursing & Feeding. By Kesare Sanz.
Portable Clip-On High Chair. These leg-less high chairs clasp securely on to most tables for a sturdy, safe seat for baby almost anywhere on the go. Booster Feeding Chair. Need a feeding chair that doesn′t take up extra space? Strap a booster feeding chair onto one of your existing dining chairs. These chairs typically come with removable lap trays so that when your child is ready, she can pull right up to the family table.
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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