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    Default High Chair recommendation

    Does anyone have a particular high chair they recommend? I'm sort of overwhelmed with the options out there! Thanks!

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    I have this and love it!!!
    http://www.albeebaby.com/fisher-pric...n=BingShopping

    and this one minus all the extra things mine is a seat and tray only
    http://www.bing.com/shopping/preciou...ay&FORM=ENCA12
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    We got this one and loved it. My parents bought one for their house too since it's so inexpensive, but it travels well also. So much easier to clean than the padded ones - we sold our Chicco full-size chair because I was spending 15 minutes after every meal trying to clean out the crevices.
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    we skipped a traditional high chair and used a seat that attached directly to our table

    we had the Phil&Ted "metoo" but there are lots of other brands
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    My high chair has been discontinued, but my parents have this: http://www.stokke.com/en-us/highchair.aspx

    It is expensive, but very sturdy and seems like it'll last forever.
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    I second Allie's first link, the space saver highchair. I just gave it away to an expecting mama. Used it for both girls and it was great.

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    Default Re: High Chair recommendation

    Quote Originally Posted by @llli*mothersky View Post
    I second Allie's first link, the space saver highchair. I just gave it away to an expecting mama. Used it for both girls and it was great.
    I also have this, good price, attaches to most chairs, seems less awkward to me than a whole high chair. It can also sit directly on the floor, which I use sometimes for snacktime in the living room.
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    yup get one that you can push up under your table!
    that way you don't have to clean a tray

    And stay away from thoose fabric pads thats silly they have to be washed all the time. cause they get food all over them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by @llli*andrea.wolford View Post
    And stay away from thoose fabric pads thats silly they have to be washed all the time. cause they get food all over them.
    Whatever you choose, stay away from fabric! It gets so gross.
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