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    Default Blw and mess

    How do other parents limit mess on the floor when blw my 8 mth old makes a huge mess every time ImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1401331898.671903.jpg

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    We put down a shower curtain under the highchair. Pick it up and shake it out/tip into bin and the throw it in the washing machine. We also have a dog who loves to help clean up!!

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    I have bub in an ingenuity chair up on the work surface so the mess generally just goes on the kitchen bench which I wipe down after. Once she's bigger I'll use a high chair with cheap shower curtain underneath :-)

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    I just used to put the high hair on the tiles and then wipe up all the food on the floor with kitchen wipes afterwards 😃

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    Get a dog

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    We have a muck mat under the highchair but we just got a dog -he does a much better job lol


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    You can get messy mats to go under the highchair. Take it outside and shake it off then give it a quick wipe over.

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    Aldi has splat mats ithink are around $8 and you can do what previous pp have said. Tip it in the bin and wipe as it's made of plastic. You could also go to spotlight and get a metre or 2 of that plastic that is used for covering tables with?

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    We eat all of our meals outside so the dog gets what the little ones drop.... The joys of living in the tropics

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    I bought a couple of cheap plastic table cloths. I shake it outside when he's finished and the dogs & birds eat what's left!


 

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