How can you make it as easy as possible to feed a little baby who needs food other than a bottle? Having him sit at the table, even with three pillows under his bottom, is not the most convenient solution. If he eats by himself, the porridge will be everywhere, not on the table. Babies have their own little tables and seats with special raised feeding stools designed for little rascals who struggle to sit still for a while and parents who sit well so they don’t have to bend over. After all, not all babies lick everything their mothers bring in the bowl. Some have to force spoons into their mouths, and a lunch can stretch to an hour. Parents have to bend over and their backs get sore after just a few minutes. They set the bowl aside on a table so they don’t have to hold it in their hands, or they leave it there when they teach their little ones to eat independently.
Slide the high chair into place of the old high chair so you can eat together. The most comfortable high chairs will serve babies for years to come!