|Enjoying a good munch on a spoon!|
You may have seen that our Harry is into his food! He absolutely loves meal times and so do we now he's in his big boy seat! We have moved on from the baby bouncer of our Stokke Steps system and onto the highchair attachment - for me I consider this was a huge and exciting milestone!!
As with all the Stokke products, the Baby Set High Chair is just so visually appealing.. It looks fab in my living room if I do say so myself! I've said it before and I will say it again but its incredibly difficult to find stylish as well as practical baby items, but Stokke have achieved both of those in this high chair.
You've seen the wooden base in my previous post so I won't go into too much detail again there.. The Baby Set attachment literally slots onto the frame with a simple click and you can use it with or without the tray as it's removed in one quick swipe!
Harry however loves the tray and finds it highly entertaining banging toys on it or smothering it in mushy strawberries and cauliflower cheese (together)!! It clips in ever so easily *just one side note, try not to trap their little fingers if you're putting it on with them already in the high chair as I did the first time #badmummy*
Harry always seems so proud of himself when he's sat in his Stokke Highchair, like he's now the King of the castle! It's most certainly built to grow with them as well, the straps are there for the littl'uns and then you can gradually move the seat backwards as your child expands!
The whole thing is completely wipeable with no annoying books or crannys for food to get stuck in and as I mentioned the tray is removable which is fab as it can go straight to the kitchen to be scrubbed!
The only downside to the highchair is that it doesn't fold up like a lot of the others out there and it's most certainly not transportable. However this isn't really an issue for us and it fits nicely tucked in under our dining room table, it's so good lookin' you wouldn't even notice it was there!
We love you Stokke!!!
What highchair do you use??