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Thursday, 6 September 2018

Safety 1st Highchair Review


I have always tried to make meal times fun, whether it's making funny faces with food on their plates or playing a couple of fun food games while we are sitting at the table. I think meal times are the most important times to bond with each other. It's so nice to be able to sit at the table altogether and I can't wait to start doing it again. We haven't been able to sit together at our dining table for the past couple of months now because of some changes we are doing in our home. We've been sitting together in the living room, or if my partner and I are having tea at a later time then the kids will sit at the table, there are currently only two dining table chairs.

We were kindly sent a wooden highchair from Safety 1st, and I was so excited to put it together and start using it with Freddie. It was really easy to put together and took me under 30 minutes. Normally putting something together really stresses me out, but this didn't. The instructions were simple, and the whole thing was easy.

The great thing about this highchair is it's a 3-in-1 which means it grows with your child. Finding a product that grows with your child definitely makes money worth it. This highchair, in particular, is suitable from 6 months old until your child is approximately 9/10 years (depending on weight too). It's a neutral colour, it goes well with any interiors. I am in the middle of re-decorating our back room to make it into a cosy family dining area, and I know this chair will fit in great.


There is a removable tray. However, you are advised to leave the tray on until they are 18 months old. After then you can use the highchair with or without the tray. Due to the high frame, the tray reaches over the dining table, which brings your little one closer to the table, which is great in my eyes. There is also a three-point harness and a safety bar, which makes the high chair extra safe for your little one.

Once your child is approximately 3 years old, or when your child is able to sit independently on their own, you can remove the safety bar, the harness, the tray and the highchair will easily turn into a junior chair. The footrest and seat are adjustable, so you are able to place them in the right places for the height of your child.

I would recommend this highchair because it's solid wood, high-quality and grows with your child. Like I said above, it's great to find a product that grows with your child as you know it will last you many years and this highchair will definitely be used for years in our home.









* We were sent this item for the purpose of this review.
However, all words, images and opinions are our own.

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