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    Otherwise another option is the stokke trippe trappe.
    I THINK that's how it's spelt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AdornedWithCats View Post
    We do have a kids table and chairs but he is too little for them atm.

    We are in a good habit of having family meals so want to keep him at the dining table with us.
    No the chair I provided a link to has high legs so your lo is at the right height at the dining table.

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    Quote Originally Posted by moongazer View Post
    Otherwise another option is the stokke trippe trappe.
    I THINK that's how it's spelt.
    Oh I didn't think of that! Good suggestion but probably out of our price range.

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    No the chair I provided a link to has high legs so your lo is at the right height at the dining table.
    We need something that straps in or else ds will probably fall off. He is not the most physically agile atm. Haha!

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    I've had the Bumbo Booster since DS was 2. He is now 3.5 and still use it every night.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AdornedWithCats View Post
    Oh I didn't think of that! Good suggestion but probably out of our price range.



    We need something that straps in or else ds will probably fall off. He is not the most physically agile atm. Haha!
    I think there was a knock off of it for cheaper. Was out of our price range too, but a friend had one and loved it.
    Also check out gumtree.

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