10 best high chairs
Keep family mealtimes harmonious with somewhere safe and practical for baby to sit
Monday 25 August 2014
There’s more to buying a highchair than you might think, with a growing number of types and price ranges available.
Whilst some, such as the Stokke Tripp Trapp, are suitable from birth, others like the Joie Mimzy Snacker, can be used only when your baby reaches around six-months. Similarly, they last for differing periods, with highchairs including Evonmove Nomi seeing right through to the teen years, while the Mothercare High T will last until your child reaches around three-years-old.
Above all, our advice is to prioritise these five aspects – ease of cleaning, child comfort, ease of storage, stability and whether you can get kids in and out simply.
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