You might not have heard me say it before(!) but I love love LOVE our Tripp Trapp high chair. The only downside is that it doesn’t fold. So when we’ve gone to have dinner at a friend’s house or the grandparent’s, we’ve just shoved the whole thing in the boot of the car. Not ideal and no room for anything else!
But we can fret no longer as Summer Infant have sent us the Sit ‘n Style booster seat. It’s a portable high chair that straps on to a normal dining chair. We couldn’t wait to try it out, so we fed Little M her dinner in it the other night. Hubby got a bit confused by the straps (it’s easily done!) but I managed to fit it. In fact, we were impressed by how sturdy it was as Little M does tend to jig around rather a lot when she’s eating, and the booster seat didn’t budge at all. As you can see, she was as excited to try it out as we were…
The tray is very handy but it can also be folded underneath the booster seat so that you can push the chair up to the table and the baby can eat from there. Little M was more than happy to use a mixture of the tray and table, though. I think she found it quite a novelty!
Summer Infant also sent us the TinyDiner place mat to put through its paces. We love this place mat! It’s easy to clean, has a handy ‘trough’ to catch any bits of dropped food (Little M loves retrieving morsels of food from it!) and, best of all, it has suckers that grip it to the table so that M can’t roll it up or pull it off.
As it’s been the Easter holidays and we’ve had hubby at home with us for a fortnight, we’ve had a few adventures this week. On Wednesday we went to Centre Parcs and yesterday we took a trip to Lakeside (more about that later!) so we did a lot of feeding Little M on the run. Summer Infant’s Keep Me Clean disposable bibs came in really handy.
They took up barely any space in the changing bag and kept Little M’s clothes dry. The only downside is that the sticky patch securing them didn’t hold up to M’s pulling, but I just tied them on and it worked a treat! Obviously I wouldn’t use disposable bibs all the time (think of the planet, people!) but it’s handy to have one in the changing bag for an unexpected mealtime on the go.
Roll on the summer holidays; we’re ready for them!
Disclosure: I was sent these items by Summer Infant in order to write this honest review.