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gio71 Thu 02-Aug-07 19:26:41

Can anyone recommend one? Something easy to travel with and lightweight needed

moondog Thu 02-Aug-07 19:28:23

You can get ones thaT TIE AROUND THE back of a regular chair.Jojomamanbebe do one.

Didn't bother with ti much thoguh.

3madboys Thu 02-Aug-07 19:32:35

yep there was another thread about this the other day, ihad a material one, which i have used for all three boys and it has been fab.

you can get them on ebay.

Furball Thu 02-Aug-07 19:32:45

This? sort of thing. not used it, so don't know how good it is. I had the tie on one twas rubbish - if you had a high backed chair the way it worked, you ran out of matrial to sit your child in

gringottsgoblin Thu 02-Aug-07 19:36:11

hows your sewing? online instruction for a fabric one here

3madboys Thu 02-Aug-07 19:40:20

i jsut used to stick a cushion underneath them and then there was always enough material and they were raised to the right height etc. i got mine from Boots, that was years ago tho, dont know if they sell them now?

kittysmum Thu 02-Aug-07 19:49:35

Handysitt is fab. I would buy one if I buy have some spare cash.

gio71 Thu 02-Aug-07 21:56:46

The ones like the mothercare one on the link from furball say 1 year upwards. Do you reckon a v robust, long, 24 pound 10 mth old would be ok in it ??

MrsBadger Thu 02-Aug-07 22:02:00

Jojo's own

MrsBadger Thu 02-Aug-07 22:06:55

Blooming Marv's own

full-on travel highchair...

pinkyminky Thu 02-Aug-07 22:08:46

I use a totseat when going visiting or out where there are no highchairs. I think it's great.
We take an ikea 'anitlop' when camping.

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