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    Hi Tamtam!

    DD is now 11m actual and almost 8 months corrected, she's 5.9kg at last weigh! We still use a bumbo for feeding - I've popped her in a peg perego chair at a friends and the tray was up around her chin! So no high chair for us for another couple of kgs.

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    The kmart retro high chair reclines to three positions and is very supportive

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    Though at 5 months your probably best with a bumbo or the mamas n papas chair

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    If you're little one is able to sit up supported, you could try just using a 'Bumbo' till they're older. That way you can sit the Bumbo on the dining table or kitchen bench whilst you feed them and they also have detachable trays you can pop on as well.

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    Thanks everyone. I really appreciate the advice. Off I went to the shop and I put Chloe in every one!!! Lol. Some her head was at tray level. There was really only one that she sat high enough in. So that sealed the deal!
    On another note I had no idea they were so expensive!! I did get one for a reasonable price.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tamtam View Post
    Thanks everyone. I really appreciate the advice. Off I went to the shop and I put Chloe in every one!!! Lol. Some her head was at tray level. There was really only one that she sat high enough in. So that sealed the deal!
    On another note I had no idea they were so expensive!! I did get one for a reasonable price.
    Which one did you get?

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    It's the love n care techno I think? There was a chicco one that was similar and probably easier to clean but it was double the price. Also the love n care one was the only one that the five point harness was small enough.

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    Glad you got one

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    Thanks Albert. You're always so encouraging to me! I hope the high chair isn't too painful to clean! I put the seat on backwards to start with!, sleep deprivation and assembling furniture do not mix!!


 

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