This holiday season there are plenty of high chair seating options for the youngest members of your family.  From seating with trays like the oxo tot Sprout High Chair and the SVAN High Chair to the Stokke Tripp Trapp,  BoosterPOD by Prince Lionheart and the Lobster by phil & ted’s.  Finding the right hair chair for your family depends on how, where and who is using the chair.  Some things to think about is whether your family will mainly be eating at a table or if you would prefer to have a tray to easily feed your baby wherever you have the chair.  Americans tend to like to have a tray so that they can easily feed their baby in their kitchen or dining room.

Stokke Tripp Trapp High Chair

One of tottini’s most popular high chairs is one that has been a classic in Europe for decades.  The Stokke Tripp Trapp chair has received numerous design awards over the years and is one of the only chairs that can go from 6 months to an adult.  The Stokke Tripp Trapp easily converts from use for a baby to toddler and finally an adult can use it with the removal of the foot rest.  The Tripp Trapp is a chair that can be kept to be handed down or borrowed for many years.  For many children they need an extra little boost at the table long beyond when they would want to sit in a “high chair.”  With the Stokke Tripp Trapp, kids tend to think of it as their chair and not something a baby sits in and will continue using it much longer and with the adjustability of the seat it allows them to be at the right height to sit at the table.  Made from solid wood the Stokke Tripp Trapp High Chair comes in a variety of fun colors and finishes that will fit perfectly in your home.  Accessories include the Baby Set Rail which gives babies extra back support and stability as they are learning to sit as well as some fun cushions to givea little extra padding.

Find the perfect seating for your family this holiday season and years to come.  Now through the end of November receive a free Stokke Cushion with your purchase of a Stokke Tripp Trapp high chair.

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Melissa M. on November 19th, 2011 | No Comments -