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When Baby can sit up on his own and is eating solid food -- usually between 4 and 6 months -- it's time to add a baby high chair or toddler high chair to your kitchen decor. Here are some questions to ask yourself before you buy.
Is It Easy to Use?
Whether it's easy to get your baby in and out is the most important concern. Look at the seat straps to see if they're simple to buckle and unbuckle. Using a three- or five-point harness keeps him safe.
Is It Comfortable?
You'll want your baby to stay seated for a decent period of time. Consider how roomy the seat is, especially if you have a big baby. Is the seat well padded? Is there a footrest?
Is It Easy to Clean?
Babies are notoriously messy eaters, and that means you need to consider how easy it is to clean up the high chair after a messy meal. Most chairs come with a vinyl seat that can be wiped clean..
A recent update in high chairs is a tray-within-a-tray feature, where the top tray pops out for cleaning in your sink or dishwasher. Some high chairs even come with an extra tray so that if one is being washed, you've got another.
One that grows with your little one
Babies grow faster in their first year than at any other stage of life, so you’ll want a highchair that grows with them.
They must be all complying with European or American safety norms.
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