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    Quote Originally Posted by MyPossum View Post
    We've got a strap on self-inflating booster that we took on holidays and to cafes etc a lot. I think it's a "first years" brand, i got it at target

    Yup this is what we have. We keep ours in the car now all the time! Was $20 from Target

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    We've always taken our high chairs (driving holidays not flying)... We have an ikea one and a childcare one. Legs pull off and it doesn't take up much room.

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    I have to second the inflatable booster chair. We're going away in a few months and bought our 15 mth old one of these for $20 at one of those Baby warehouse shops. I bought a similar one for our other daughter at Aldi for the same price.

    They're great, they fold up, are light weight and portable, easy to wipe down clean, have long enough straps/velcro to tie down on most dining chairs, which is important, as most modern dining chairs can be quite tall etc and seat the baby at a good height to the table, but still leaving enough room for their little legs to still fit under the table ledge.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MyPossum View Post
    We've got a strap on self-inflating booster that we took on holidays and to cafes etc a lot. I think it's a "first years" brand, i got it at target
    this is what we have too

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    We have a kids camping chair that we set up at the coffee table, it cost $10

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    We use the ikea high chair with the removable legs, its mostly for camping as there is no suitable place to attach the other style booster.

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    We just take nothing. Bubs either sits on the floor, on someone's knees or in stroller to be fed.


 

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