Chairs to help with baby sitting up

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Chairs to help with baby sitting up
Learning to sit up in a chair is part of a baby's developmental process. (antiker Hochstuhl für Kinder image by Marem from

Chairs to help baby sit up are the newest and hottest thing in parenting--and for good reason. Not only are they a safe place to put baby and give mommy a few minutes with her hands free, they assist baby in the journey to sitting on his own. As an added bonus, most babies love to sit up and look around, making tears unlikely. Most baby seats feature a high back and low seat, which makes it virtually impossible for baby to escape, while also teaching good posture.

bebePOD Plus

With a deep seat which uses a baby's body weight to ensure safety, the Prince Lionheart bebePOD Plus has a high back and encourages posture, while providing support and assisting baby as he learns to sit on his own. The bebePOD Plus also features a removable tray and two placemats for feeding, and an attachable toy to keep baby entertained. It can be used from three to 12 months, depending on the development of the child.

Bumbo Babysitter

The Bumbo Baby Sitter has a snug, cosy design to fit babies aged three to 14 months, and is very popular with both mom and baby. This seat works well for babies who still are not able to sit up on their own and provides an extra set of hands for mom while helping baby learn to sit. The Bumbo Sitter is safe, portable, and easily cleaned. A tray and stand can be purchased to enable the Sitter to be used as a high chair.

Comfy Cushy Baby Seat

The Comfy Cushy Baby Seat, made by Safety 1st, is made of foam and provides support as well as a comfortable and safe seat for babies aged three to 12 months. It has a three-point harness, and can be strapped to an adult chair for easier feeding. It also comes with a small tray that snaps onto either side of the seat.

Super Seat

The Summer Infant Super Seat provides three stages for a growing child. Stage One is the Infant Support Seat, helpful to a baby learning to sit. Stage Two is the Floortime Activity Seat, which has a tray that wraps around the seat and rotates 360 degrees, with five toys attached, and a removable snack tray. Stage Three is a Booster Seat, which straps onto an adult chair for mealtimes. All three stages have a three-point strap to keep baby safe. The Super Seat is for babies aged four months up to 15 Kilogram.

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