Gosh that's a mouthful of a title! Sorry that I was a little quiet on here last week, thought I'd have myself a week off :) Well, now I'm back and I have lots of posts to share with you! The first of which is about this lovely little high chair booster seat.
Now that we're in full swing with Squidge's weaning, a portable high chair like this is a must. Space is pretty critical in our house, so we really liked the idea of a space saver like this. It's still a little on the small side for him, so we have a rolled up blanket behind him, however he's now stopped falling to the side and can hold himself up really nicely (after these pics were taken).
The seat is great - it'll fit him for a long time. Only after looking at this picture did I realise we had the table on all wrong! We've been doing it right since, but basically you just clip it into one of those red pegs sticking out depending on how big or little your baby is. The seat gets strapped on - one strap goes behind the char and the other undeath. The baby gets strapped in with a T trap too.
It has a Thomas the Tank Engine clip on toy that fits onto the table really well. It doesn't need batteries or anything - the baby/child is able to move the train around the track - although Squidge's favourite thing to do is to lean down and chew the train and the yellow bar :)
The Thomas the Tank Engine higchair unit (and table) is wipeable which is fantastic. Gosh does he make a mess! (I'm loving the bee that few into shot when I was taking this picture too - he was massive!).
Squidge loves his high chair (he is loving weaning)
This is how it secures at the back. You can make it looser or tighter so it fits to your chair.
We actually went back home to Pembrokeshire this past weekend to visit family and we took this with us. It folded up well into the boot and clipped onto my step-dad's dining chair well. We also got it out when we went to a cafe yesterday - their high chair was enormous, far too big for him and didn't have a bar that goes between the legs and he kept sliding out - so we got this out instead which was much easier. The only thing was that we forgot the Thomas the Tank Engine toy that clips in - and he wasn't being fed, so he got a little bored!
The RRP is £34.99 which is feel is good value for money. It's well made, easy to use, it comes ready made, plus it's nice and colourful. Here's some 'customer action shots' for you :)