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    I have the aldi one and fisher price. Both good

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    Our boy is also too short for the table when he sits on a chair, so he kneels. He's fine with it. Hasn't fallen off but has given himself enough scares to be careful. Also means we don't have to take a booster seat with us when we eat out.

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    https://www.tooshcoosh.com.au/benefits

    DS has been using a toosh coosh since he was 2, they are brilliant , i give them to all my friends as part of their baby shower presents and we even take them to restaurants who don't provide booster seats

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    Bumbo booster seat is spongey and nice to sit on but really supportive and tough too. we love it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elijahs Mum View Post
    https://www.tooshcoosh.com.au/benefits

    DS has been using a toosh coosh since he was 2, they are brilliant , i give them to all my friends as part of their baby shower presents and we even take them to restaurants who don't provide booster seats
    I like the look of that one

    We bought a love 'n' care booster over a year ago but we didn't get much use out of it.

    Our DS is only little but he seems to manage at our dining table without being propped up.

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    Thanks everyone, think I might order a toosh coosh, they are on offer at the moment!

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    Another one here that has the Toosh Coosh, we also purchased the Toddler Tray that goes with it (probably not necessary with a 4 year old though)
    The Toosh Coosh has made meals so much easier for my 2 year old to manage as he is up that bit higher now so it is easier for him to reach.
    Would certainly recommend it. We have taken it to friends places before too and a cafe. It comes with a carry bag.

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