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Benefits of Using a High Chair at Mealtime

Let's face it, mealtime with little ones can be...well, messy. They wiggle and squirm, want to get down from the couch, or grab a toy instead of a fork (like, aren't you hungry? 😅). This is where having a high chair comes in handy.

child eating spaghetti with a forl
Ouhhh spaghetti😍

A high chair's sturdy build and harness system provides a safe seat for children while they explore the wonders of pureed peas. It also gently encourages them to stay put, making mealtime a calmer experience for everyone. No more wrestling them back onto the couch or accidental falls from the dining room chair, which means less stress for you and less frustration for them. win-win!

Hmm, I wonder what's for lunch today.🤔

Little ones thrive on routine. By using the high chair consistently, you can establish a clear "mealtime zone." When they see the chair, they know it's time to eat, which can make the whole process smoother. Of course, using a high chair doesn't mean there won't be mess at mealtime, but it does make it easier to clean up! A quick wipe down of the tray or removing it for a deeper clean is a lot easier than scrubbing a stain out of your couch.

Keep in mind, even the best high chair can be unsafe if it is not used correctly. Here are some important tips to remember:

  • Ensure the chair is safely locked in place before seating your child.

  • Buckle all straps securely every time you use the chair.

  • Don't allow standing in the chair to avoid accidental falls.

  • Keep the chair far from the oven, hot surfaces, and anything your child could push over.

  • Lastly, don't let older children hang on or play around the high chair.

By following these safety tips and using your high chair effectively, you can create a calmer, cleaner, and more enjoyable mealtime experience for both you and your little one. To find quality high chair options, click here.


Have you experienced the benefits of using a high chair?

  • Yes! All the time

  • Not really

  • I don't have a high chair... yet


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