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    Default Booster Seats or other options?

    My DD 2.5 years has started to sit up at the "big" table with us for dinnertime.

    Can anyone recommend me a good booster seat or have any other seating options you use for your toddler (not including the high chair, ours has been long gone for a while now).

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    Dd 16months has been sitting up with us for dinner since about 12months. We got her the fisher price booster seat, it has two booster height options and stores wipes in the back of it so it's easy to clean. We have been very happy with it. When they have breakfast ds and dd both sit at there small table and chairs together.

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    I asked this same question on BH not long ago and a few people recommended the toosh coosh so we got one and it's great! It doesn't have any straps though as it will probably fit until they are older ( even I can squeeze into it - just!) anyway, here's the link:
    https://www.tooshcoosh.com.au

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    I was also going to suggest you check out the Toosh Coosh. I don't have one myself but they're apparently great.

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    Thanks I'll check out both these options.


 

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