Mealtimes can be stressful enough, but what do you do when your little ones reach that awkward in-between size – too big for a high chair, too small for a regular chair? Unless you have a stack of phone books leftover from the 90s, you’re probably going to have to check out some other options.
At Mum’s Grapevine, we’ve made it easier for you by selecting six toddler dining chair solutions.
1. Ever evolving
Looking for a solid, swoon-worthy chair that grows with your child? The Evolu 2 High Chair ($269.95) is just the ticket. This European-designed chair grows with your child and is suitable for babies from 6 months right through to big kids.
2. Scandinavian style
The Leander High Chair ($329.95) features a lightweight, ergonomic design that seamlessly blends into the home. Designed to grow with your child, the chair lets you lower the level of the footrest and seat to accommodate those long limbs. The backrest can also be adjusted to maintain support. Clever!
3. Freedom to move
If your toddler has an aversion to being strapped in, then an IKEA URBAN Junior Chair ($89) might be the perfect addition to your dining furniture. Sturdy and easy to clean, this chair has a ladder-like design giving your little monster the freedom to come and go as they please.
4. Unique but practical
If a chair on top of a chair is more your style then look no further than the Chicco Mode Booster Seat ($88). This unique booster allows you to select the correct height for your child and folds down flat for easy storage and travel.
5. Simple but perfect
If you want something un-intrusive and simple then check out Toosh Coosh BIG kids booster seats ($55.77). These fuss-free boosters are safe, practical and more importantly, easy to clean!
6. Long-term comfort
If you want a meal time seating solution that will cater for your child from six months to three years, then the Mama & Papas Baby Bud ($89) might be the one for you. This booster fits securely on a regular chair and adapts as your child grows, saving you time, money and stress trying to find an alternative.
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