Now that the sunshine seems to finally be here we spend a huge amount of time in the garden and eat outside whenever we can. We very rarely have a mealtime when someone doesn’t spill a drink, outside it doesn’t matter – I love it!
We usually take the highchair into the garden, which isn’t ideal but obviously not a huge problem. However, I’ve found a great solution without having to do this. The Summer Infant Pop ‘N’ Sit booster seat is great and so far we have used it in the garden, indoors, at friends houses and even to have a picnic in the woods.
It’s brilliant, Milo is safe and secure and he can eat or just play with toys on the tray. I can’t tell you the amount of times that we’ve been out for lunch or in a coffee shop and there’s been no highchair and I’ve either had to have leave Milo in the buggy or balance him on my knee (which is not ideal with an 18 month old who wants to be independent). The seat has straps so you can attach it to any adult chair so he can be at the table as well – problem solved!
It folds and fits into a carry bag and fits easily under the buggy. I keep ours in the boot of the car, so I’ve always got it with me. Let’s be honest, you never know when you might need it.
The Good Bits:-
- Lightweight, folding frame sets up in seconds, perfect for feeding or playtime
- Detachable, dishwasher safe tray
- Includes 3-point safety harness and chair safety straps for use on adult chair
- Convenient carrying case makes this booster perfect for a day in the park, at the beach, or trip to a friends house
- Up to 3 years, max 15 Kg
Being Nit Picky:-
- When Milo is sitting in the chair with the tray on, he can push it off which is not ideal when his tea is on it!
If you’re looking for something to take out and about to make life a little easier when it comes to eating and playing safely, or just something that means you can drink a hot drink uninterrupted, then this is a great buy.
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