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    rocket- is it the booster seat thats green and white? and has a snap-on-dishwasher safe tray????? if it is.. i have the same one tucked under DS cot...LMAO i forgot about it! seeings i bought it when he was still too small to stit up...
    ive been feeding ds in his walker cos the tray on my highchair is to high..hehe i might have to dust the cobwebs off it..

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    Hehe,glad my thread prompted your memory Mine's blue with a yellow tray,but is dishwasher safe also.

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    I've used one with both my boys and neither managed to tip it once. We have straight legged chairs too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rockett View Post
    Hehe,glad my thread prompted your memory Mine's blue with a yellow tray,but is dishwasher safe also.
    hmm i cant really remember the colour! i THINK it was green... its been that long since ive seen it!. any THANKYOU for jogging my memory... i was getting sick of cleaning his walker (concidering its made out of material not plastic..)

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    Oh that's good to know,thanks Myztik
    Smashlee,your cleaning walker days are now over

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    It was the booster seat on the dining chair that he tipped.

    He's been really good in it since. No more accidents.

    Dd has been using hers since she was 6 months old.

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    My twins had them. We never had a problem with them tipping the chairs back and our dining chairs have the straight legs. Now, however they have discovered swinging back (even though we tell them not to) and we have had a couple of falls. (they are nearly 6yrs) I think ours were safety first ones. They were definately blue with a yellow tray.

    Just in case they are the same ones. Don't be fooled into thinking they can't hide food underneath. I used to love how easy they were to clean until I discovered my girls had somehow hidden food in the gap underneath. Yuck!


 

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