a booster? something else?
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A little after she turned 2, she started sitting at a booster seat at the table (no tray). She likes it! We just bought a cheap, plain beige booster (I think it's Safety 1st) and I have no complaints.
I would have used her high chair as a booster (Fisher-Price Space Saver) but it was too tall to fit at our table.
gisellems:we are still using the highchair!! ds likes it and its a lot easier for us to clean and to make him eat also, if he sits at the table he runs off! lol
Sept17.05Bride:Nothing. DS refuses to sit in a booster anymore. He sits by himself at the table, but often has to kneel.
My DD uses the Fisher-Price booster seat. It has a tray, but you can also remove it and push it up to the table.
lauramommy:My DD uses the Fisher-Price booster seat. It has a tray, but you can also remove it and push it up to the table.Laurahttps://laurasmommyblog.com
This is what DD sits in. She stopped wanting to sit in the highchair around 18 months.
booster, pulled up to the table.
i loved our high chair (Boon) and it pulled up to the table, but he just seemed bored. we mostly switched to a booster (around 2nd bday) for 'something new'. he does not like to stay at the dinner table long. sigh.
booster if we are all eating together
if not, he sits at a toddler table and eats with his sister
We got these cool highchair things at IKEA that are black/white patterned and kind of funky, but don't have trays. They are like freestanding booster seats. We put both of them at the end of the table and they are narrow enough to both fit. It works really well, and they are cool looking.
They both just kneel in regular chairs for snacks, though.