DS is 4.5 month old. We are looking to buy a seat so we can feed him solid. He is holding his neck fine when we carry him. We tried the bumbo from a friend and his neck wobbles quite a bit. Also, he is very chubby and his legs are too fat to fit into the bumbo. We have to push them down in place. He looks so uncomfortable. Now, thinking snug and ingenuity. However, i can't find much info about these seats. Are they suitable for baby who is learning to sit?
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21-02-2016 19:01 #1Senior Member
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bumbo vs ingenuity vs snug
21-02-2016 19:25 #2
I loved the snug. Awesome seat.
EtA our physio thought it was a great seat and better than the bumbo as the seat was deeper for learning to sit. I'm not sure about the other one.
21-02-2016 19:39 #3
I found the bumbo too snug in the legs for even my slim baby.
Just adding another to the mix - I really liked our bebePOD. Our high chair had a really deep seat and the tray sat too high for a baby first eating, so I used the bebePOD for their first feeding seat.
21-02-2016 21:54 #4Senior Member
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Is the bebepod deeper than the bumbo?
22-02-2016 06:59 #5
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