The Safety First High Chair Booster Seat now commands a prominent place at my dinner table (right beside my chair). It is an exciting time when your baby’s neck muscles are strong enough to have him or her join you at mealtime. To all new parents out there, the Safety First High Chair Booster seat has proven itself to be a good purchase for a number of reasons.
First, the full name of this seat is a whopper: Safety 1st Recline and Grow 5 Stage Booster Seat. It is well-built, safe, and a should have in any frugal living household. Here are some details about why I like it so much.
Safety – This Safety First chair is stable and well-built. I have no concerns whatsoever of any accidents happening. It is sturdy when mounted and has a full over-the arms and up-the crotch harness that allows my little one to move but holds her securely at the same time. The tray also locks into place and has three positions. The tray also has a quick release that makes it very easy to lock into place and to remove.
Compactness – High chairs take up a lot of space. Some of them are huge. The beauty of this Safety 1st product is that it just straps on to one of your existing chairs. It doesn’t have legs. The legs of your chair do the work. Elegance!
Tray Size – The tray on the Fisher-Price Space Saver High Chair is just too big in my view. You are not feeding your baby a 16 oz. porterhouse steak, with a baked potato, Caesar salad, grilled asparagus, and dessert. Everything I feed my little one fits in a single bowl (with a bottle of milk on the side). The tray size on the Safety First High Chair Booster Seat is ideal for the needs of a baby, and, as such, it takes up less space. Wonderful!
Easy to Clean – Practically the whole thing is made of molded plastic. Spills (of which there are many) wipe up very easily and I have not experienced any staining (even though my daughter loves blueberries very much). The tray also comes with a removable plastic liner. I find this liner useless because my daughter pulls it out within seconds by pulling on her place with a suction cup underneath it. If you have a baby who is not inclined to do this, however, it could make clean up even easier by allowing you to simply remove it so that you can wash it in the sink.
Price – $40.00. The Fisher-Price model normally runs around $50.00 – $60.00. The Safety First High Chair Booster Seat has proven itself to be an excellent buy at this remarkable price.
It reclines – It has a three position reclining ability which is terrific when feeding infants. Safety 1st put a lot of careful thought into this design.
Growability – The tray on this model can, of course, be removed. As such, it can be used by children from infant to toddler ages. This is a big plus for the frugal living minded.
In summary, new parents want stuff that will keep their precious little ones safe and secure. They also want products that will do what they are supposed to do effectively. The Safety First Recline and Grow 5 Stage Booster Seat fits the bill nicely. I recommend this product to my froogalism.com readers who have infants or toddlers.
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