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fisil Mon 14-Mar-05 18:57:25

We need one for ds. Any tips anyone?

fisil Mon 14-Mar-05 18:58:45

Ooops - mushy brain - I mean for sitting up at table, not a car one!

katierocket Mon 14-Mar-05 18:59:01

what age is he?

006 Mon 14-Mar-05 18:59:46

We spent lots on the Britax Kid which is somewhere between car seat and booster which then converts. Personally think they are much safer for littles in side impact and good for when they fall asleep . Only downside is £70 price tag

fisil Mon 14-Mar-05 19:01:27

He's two. Just to repeat (cos I'm a silly billy), I'm talking about sitting at the dinner table!

Xena Mon 14-Mar-05 19:04:54

We liked this one very simple and easy to clean The ones with higher backs seem to make them slouch at the table

Twiglett Mon 14-Mar-05 19:07:26

I have a chair that clips to the table and a little yellow plastic booster seat from Mothercare

to be honest I find it far easier letting them kneel on a chair after a few months so don't spend a fortune

they all do much of a muchness

Twiglett Mon 14-Mar-05 19:08:30

that's the one we've got too (in Xena's link) .. the blue bit underneath clips out and becomes a step (great for potty training a boy)

LIZS Mon 14-Mar-05 19:09:34

We had a Tomy one - Sit Me Up Toddler Chair here Baby Equipment/Feeding

fisil Mon 14-Mar-05 19:17:08

Thank you very much - good tips. Ds is a real shorta*se, so we'll probably be using it for some time!

BadHair Mon 14-Mar-05 19:22:05

Ds2 uses this one at mealtimes at home and this one (but without the table bit) at my mum's. The second one was used by ds1 as well and both are very durable. First one is softer as is inflatable - always felt the second one was a bit hard on the botty!

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