Ikea. Easy peasy to clean.
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03-05-2014 13:23 #21
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03-05-2014 13:28 #22
I couldn't rave about this chair enough, sometimes it is on sale for $39 too so keep an eye out. I like that it can be different heights and has a high back on it.
Super easy to clean...
We actually have two so one is at the grandparents place...
To me the Ikea one felt a bit flimsy in the quality.
03-05-2014 13:42 #23
03-05-2014 13:44 #24
I recommend the Ikea high chair as well, its called the Antilop.
I bought this for at my parents house and we have the Stokke Tripp Trapp at home both have their pros and cons for our use. I love the tripp trapp in how it just fits in at our table and isn't in the way but I love the Ikea one is so easy to clean.
Two completely different price ranges though.
04-05-2014 07:31 #25
I had 2 chairs. A target one with padding, height adjustable, foldable, adjustable recline. Yes it was a pain to clean but it was great for ds who liked to climb out because I could strap him in. I have 2 kids so there were times he had to sit there while I got food etc. Also the other great thing was when dd and I were sitting on the kids table I could bring the height of the chair down to the same level.
Also had the ikea style one which was handy bc it was easy to clean and light. But I would not put ds in there when he was little and climbing. Dd however was fine in it.
Overall I would still prefer the one with more features bc it is more versatile.
04-05-2014 07:43 #26
04-05-2014 07:48 #27
We have the Tripp Trapp from Stokke.
Love it, it looks like a normal chair, fits under our dining table (so no need for a tray, baby eats at the same table than us) and he can rest his foot rather than having them dangling out.
04-05-2014 08:00 #28-
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Don't get anything with padding. It's a pain in the @rse to clean as food gets caught up in every nook and cranny.
Last edited by VicPark; 04-05-2014 at 10:33.
04-05-2014 08:18 #29
IKEA here too, it's just a wipe over, the flash padded ones are a nightmare! I got rid of mine as it drove me nuts !
04-05-2014 08:22 #30Senior Member
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