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Things to Consider When Buying a Booster Seat

If your little one has outgrown their high chair, but is still too small to sit on their own in an adult-size chair, it may be time for a booster seat. A booster chair is perfect for raising your child up to table level during feeding time and offers a great place for them to sit during playtime at the kitchen table.


Kids don't like to sit still. Moving and exploring is just what they do. Make sure the booster seat you purchase has straps that secure the booster to the chair. It should also have a safety belt. Many booster seats have a 3-point harness, perfect for keeping squirmy kids in place during dinner.


If you're really lucky, everywhere you go with your child will have a booster seat. But, the likelihood of that happening is small. So, consider a booster seat that's lightweight and compact so it's easy to take with you when you're out for dinner or at the in-laws for a visit. Fabric and folding booster seats are ultraportable options that convert into bags or pack down very small.

Easy to clean

It should be no surprise that children are messy. Spilled food during feeding time may be a common sight. So get a booster seat that's easy clean. Many booster seats have cup holders to help minimize spills and removable trays that are dishwasher safe, perfect for quick cleanups.


Some booster seats are adjustable to accommodate your growing child. Removable inserts and height adjustments designs are just some of the ways that booster seats are adaptable to keep your growing baby comfortable and safe. Be mindful of age and weight restrictions of the seat you are considering as every baby booster chair has different limits.

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