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  • Chief Family Officer’s Third Anniversary Celebration: Giveaway #1 – KABOOST

    KABOOST is a fabulous chair booster that elevates a four-legged chair so that “little kids sit like big kids.” We have been using our Kaboost for about a month now and are still loving it. For more about Kaboost, read my original review and a short addendum to that review.

    And now, what you’ve been waiting for, the chance to win your very own KABOOST! To enter, visit Kaboost.com and look around. Then come back and leave a comment telling me what your favorite feature is.

    For an extra chance to win, subscribe to my feed via RSS or email and leave a separate comment telling me you have done so (or that you’re already subscribed).

    The giveaway ends at 6:00 p.m. on Monday, June 9. I’ll use Random.org to generate a number that corresponds with the winning comment.

    The winner will be announced here on CFO. If I can easily locate the winner’s email address, I will also email the winner. The winner will have 48 hours to claim their KABOOST; otherwise a new winner will be randomly selected.

    One entry per type per person. Sorry, this giveaway is open to U.S. residents only.

    Good luck!


    1. I love how it is adjustable to fit any chair. That spring design is genius!

    2. Kate Etue says:

      I love that it will teach our child to sit in a real chair rather than a booster seat.

    3. What a fantastic product, my youngest is too big for our old high chair yet she is small and doesn’t quite fit so well at our table on the chair. This would be perfect. My favorite feature has to be the ease of using it, and that it can adjust to any chaor and we can take it with us to grandma’s house.

    4. I love how stable it is – and that it would be SO easy to pop off and take along to grandma’s house instead of schlepping along a big booster seat or (heaven forbid!) highchair!

    5. windycindy says:

      Greetings! This is a wonderful concept! I like that it stabilizes the chair for the child using it. I also like that it can hold up to 300 pounds! A special feature is that it helps the child feel more like one of the family. Thanks,Cindi

    6. NateAndJakesMom says:

      I think the most ingenious feature is the spring loaded “arms” so that they can fit on any size chair. Just so smart!!

      nateandjakesmom at gmail dot com

    7. bethany says:

      I love the fact that I can fold this up and put it away when it’s not being used-so great!!

    8. I love the color options! With a toddler who now thinks he is too big for his high chair the Kaboost would be the perfect solution!

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    9. Rockin' Mama says:

      It seem very stable and secure and I like that you don’t have to remove it to move the chair!

      jasonncaryn at yahoo dot com

    10. Keselle says:

      I like this for a several reasons
      1. my three year old doesn’t want tot sit in a booster any more he wants to sit like a “big boy” right on the chair
      2. It’s portable so we could use it anywhere
      3. stays attached to the chair while your moving it around

    11. this is the kewlest thing ive ever seen! wow being a mom of 4 and always having to deal with highchairs, its a pain! my 3 yr old would love something like this! thanks for such a great giveaway!!!

    12. portable and adjustable means this thing will work on just about any chair! Gotta love that, won’t need a high chair at the inlaws!

    13. I love that it stays attached when moved…3beez at bellsouth dot net
      live in fl.

    14. Gus and Clay's Mama says:

      I love the fact that you can take it with you, and that it fits any chair- great for travel

    15. Heather Brandt says:

      I love that it is portable so we could take it to the grandparents’ homes or out to eat 🙂

      heatherlbrandt (at) verizon (dot) net

    16. I like that it’s easy to take on and off the chair–and that it looks really stable.

    17. Carly & Garrett says:

      The coolest feature is that the Kaboost can adjusts to fit any chair. Its light weight, easy to use, and oh so very practical. I would love to win this prize! Thanks:)


    18. I love how easy it is to put on the chair.

    19. I love that it’s adjustable to different chairs. The chocolate one is really cute too!

      learningmama at yahoo dot com

    20. MaryBeth says:

      I love how my son can sit in a “big boy chair” and not a booster.


    21. Tuesday Girl says:

      I love that I can easily travel with it!

      tuesdayef(at)aol (dot)com

    22. Julie Anne says:

      We just got a Kaboost and I love it. Grandma would love one for her house. She has 7 grandkids 5 and under so she could use more than one.

      julanne (dot) wilson (at) gmail (dot) com

    23. Julie Anne says:

      I just subscribed using google reader!! looking forward to reading your site!!

    24. There is alot of great features with the Kaboost – I like that it folds up so it can travel with me to relatives houses. And that I don’t have to worry about a booster seat sliding off of the chair if my boys get too active.

    25. Deb - Mom of 3 Girls says:

      I like that it works with any chair, and that you can fold it up for storage when you’re not using it. 🙂

    26. Love that it holds up to 300 lbs. My short grandma could use it too.

    27. I love how easy it is use!

    28. melonkelli says:

      I like that it can support 300 pounds. So if Uncle Louie sits in the chair it won’t break the kaboost!

    29. The spring loaded arms make it easy to change it to different chairs (like when the kaboost visits grandma’s house).

    30. Panjo Kids says:

      I love that it’s easily portable.

    31. M's Mommy says:

      I like that it stores easily. With all the clutter in my house, that’s a big plus! Thanks!

    32. grommom says:

      I like that you can still adjust the height


    33. I really like that they can still sit in the chair since they want to be like thier big brother but it is hard for them to reach. What a great idea. katie_mmartin at yahoo dot com.

    34. I subscribed to your neat blog. Thanks katie_mmartin at yahoo.com

    35. It is great that is adjustable – you can use it with whatever chair is around – great for going to friends.

    36. tvollowitz@aol.com says:

      Easy to travel with and can use existing chair (don’t have to buy a booster). Stephanie V.

    37. I LOVE that it is adjustable so I can use it in the breakfast room or with our dinning rooms chairs just as easily as I can use it at my mom’s house.

    38. seeryusfam@msn.com says:

      My favorite feature is that you can take it with you when you travel! We spend a lot of time out of town with my sister in law, and I wouldn’t have to worry about taking anything except the Kaboost. Thanks for the chance to win!


    39. It’s adjustable and the chair can’t fall off of it.

    40. seeryusfam@msn.com says:

      I’ve subscribed through email!


    41. I love the whole concept, and that they took the extra step to manufacture in cool colors, too.

    42. michelle says:

      I love that it folds up for easy storage.

    43. The Chatty Housewife- says:

      I love the folding and the adjustability. So creative.

    44. Jocelyn says:

      I love that it stays attached even if you move the chair! That is awesome because we move a chair all around the kitchen all day for our son to help with cooking! 🙂

    45. I just LOVE the portability! How wonderful!

    46. I’ve been wanting one of these forever. I love that it stays attached the chair when moved since my daughter likes rearranging the kitchen furniture!

    47. I just love how I don’t have to buy a whole different big contraption. Is small simple and easy. I love it!

    48. I’ve been eyeing these. I even showed one to my husband the other day in hopes that we could grab one. No such luck.

      I love that it’s so small. If you get a high chair or even a booster seat, you have to find somewhere to store it. This is so much more compact.

    49. The thing I like about them best is simply that they make a regular chair into a kid chair! How cool is that? 🙂
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    50. rebeccaandtim says:

      The fact that it is a sturdy item….I like that! I have been looking at these to use at grandma’s house!