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    Hi guys,
    Im not sure if this is the right section but I'm wondering if anyone can recommend a good high chair. I'm so disappointed, I got a wooden one for my baby shower and was so excited but there are heaps of problems:
    * it doesn't have a harness
    * it's not adjustable so it's very short
    * the back is also short so not enough back support.
    * the table part goes over DS' head
    * you can adjust the table if they need more or less room.
    I like wooden ones but would rather a practical option. I don't want to be spending heaps of money.
    Any suggestions would be great!

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    I was disappointed with mine too so I went and got the ikea one. It was cheap, sturdy and all plastic so I could wipe it down or hose it if it got food all over it- and it certainly did! Loved it! The tray detaches so u can use it or just push the chair to a table and they can sit with the family. Only thing is it can't be adjusted in hight but I found this didn't matter!

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    Yep, I love our ikea one, it is onto our second child now, the legs come off so it easily packed into the cupboard for a year. It is all plastic so easy to wipe down, not height adjustable but most tables are made to a standard size. Sturdy, harness included and it is small so doesn't take up much room, no more than a normal dining chair so we never have to move it away from the table, bonus is it is cheap.

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    Love my ikea one

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    IKEA. If I could give every first time mum one piece of advice it would be 'just get the IKEA highchair' LOL

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    You girls are the best, just looked at the Ikea one and will head out and get it tomorrow. Thank you sooooo much

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    Default Re: High chair help!

    Yep ikea all the way! $20 without the tray and $10 for the tray I love it!! So easy to clean has a bellyharness and you can pop the legs off if you need to travel with it.
    If your not near an ikea target sell one very similar

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    I need one soon too.. guess I know where to go!

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    Yep I also say the ikea one! So easy to clean and it's so cheap!!

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    Just be careful with it as I found it was easy for DS to push it over ( with him in it!) so don't leave them unsupervised - mum had one for him at her place and he used to rock it while in it to tip it over as it is very light weight


 

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