I’m a mother of three and work in a baby shop so I know a lot about high chairs!
Children spend a lot of time in a high chair so it’s important that you choose the right one, not only for functionality but also for aesthetics.
As a mum or dad you’ll know that when you’ve got little ones, you spend a lot of time cleaning up after them. That’s why I’ve made sure that I’ve chosen high chairs that are easy to clean. The less time you spend cleaning, the more time you could be doing anything other than boring old cleaning!!!
Table of Contents
- Baby High chairs Introduction
- Top 5 Best Baby High chairs in 2020 Reviews
- Types of Baby high chairs
- Basic plastic-frame or metal high chairs
- Full-featured high chairs
- Hook-on and Portable high chairs
- Wooden high chairs
- What to look for when buying
- High Chair Reviews
- Graco Blossom 4-in-1
- OXO Tot Seedling
- Fisher-Price EZ Clean
- GRACO Floor2Table 7-in-1 high chair
- JOOVY Nook High Chair
- When to start using a high chair
- Let’s talk about more ways to keep your child safe in a high chair.
- How to build a high chair
- High Chair Safety
Baby High chairs Introduction
You’ll find that having a high chair is extremely useful when your new baby begins eating solid foods. Not only does it give your child an area to explore new textures and tastes, but it is also easy for you to see what your child is eating, and easily cleaned up afterward. The big question is what is the best baby high chair for your kid?
You can find high chairs in several styles and at various prices. When choosing one, you should make sure it cleans easily and is sturdy; after all, it will need to be strong enough to hold up for several years of daily abuse. Children usually use high chairs up until they are two or three years of age.
Although an adequate job can be done with a basic high chair, varieties that are more expensive may be a better investment over time. Some of these higher-end models are much better at accommodating your child as he/she grows. They also are more likely to hold up to the wear and tear of everyday use.