By Godeleine Monteil. High Chair. Published at Wednesday, April 18th, 2018 - 09:07:09 AM.
High chairs have been around for decades and are excellent tools for corralling children in one restricted space while eating. High chairs come with a tray for your child to have his or her food on. More modern feeding chairs have a three point harness system for safety to keep the child sitting in the chair. The tray may also be removed and the chair pulled up to the table to be more intimate with the family.
One of the valuable items on your list of "baby essentials" is no doubt going to be a baby high chair. As soon as babies are able to sit up on their own, and begin eating solid foods (usually between 4-6 months) it will be time to utilize this ever-important baby product. Before you decide to make a purchase on a particular model, there are some things you must consider in order to select the perfect choice for you and your little one.
If you're in the market for a baby high chair, then you better make sure you consider a few simple safety guidelines so that you are sure that you are purchasing the best and safest high chair for your child. Every year thousands of children are rushed into hospital emergency rooms because of injuries they sustained while in their high chair. Because of this, it has become the goal of most manufacturers to make high chairs that are safe, comfortable and convenient. But ultimately, the safety of your kid is in YOUR hands.
These chairs can either be made of wood or high quality plastic. Parents should check the quality standard to verify whether the chair contains varnishes or colors that might not be suitable for the soft and sensitive skin of toddlers. Safety should not be sacrificed at any cost. Wooden chairs are extremely durable and can be used for a very long time.
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