One basic essential every baby should have besides a crib is a highchair. If you're short on space, a folding highchair is the best investment because you can fold it up when not in use and store it in a closet or corner.
Luv U Zoo
Fisher Price has a line of baby equipment including a Luv U Zoo EZ clean highchair. This high chair is designed for children who can sit up on their own with three-position reclining features. The chair is designed with easy cleaning in mind and has coated straps requiring only a quick wiping to clean them off. The seat pad has no crevices so crumbs will not get stuck in the padding. The tray itself is dishwasher safe and you can remove it with one hand.
The DuoDiner highchair by Graco is a three-in-one highchair that grows with your child from infant to toddler and then to a booster chair. It comes with three different reclining positions and six different position heights. The different height adjustments will allow parents to choose the correct height according to their dinner table so baby can be right there with everyone else. The seat is removable to use as a booster, allowing you to store the legs also.
Svan Anka High Chair
If you're looking for a classic looking fold-up wooden high chair to match your decor, look no further than the Svan Anka High Chair. The highchair, made of sustainable wood, converts into a booster chair as your child gets older. With a plastic tray that's dishwasher safe and a machine washable cushion, this chair is perfect if you're trying to get away from the big bulky plastic highchairs. The chair is recommended for ages 6 months to 5 years, or 22.7kg.
Cosco Flat Fold Highchair
Cosco offers the Flat Fold highchair, which is lightweight for convenience during travel. Available in three different colours and styles, this high chair reclines to three different positions and has a three-point harness to keep baby secure. It has a built-in foot rest and cup holder on the tray.
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