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  • Product Review – Infant-to-Toddler Reclining Feeding Seat

    On my friend Kimberly’s recommendation, I got this portable high chair to take to restaurants for my son to sit in. It fastens securely to a kitchen or dining chair, has a nice reclining feature for younger babies, and a tray that’s not pictured. My only real complaint is that the tray angle is dependent on the seat angle – since my son can’t sit up unsupported, we have to recline the seat, but that means the tray is also angled, rather than parallel to the floor. Basically, the tray will be useless until he can sit up straight, which is a bummer because the tray would be handy when feeding him when we’re out and about. Other than that, I’m thrilled with the seat, which is light and easy to carry around. It will save us from germy restaurant high chairs, and can be used as a booster seat too, so we’ll be using it for years.


    1. I just wanted to set the record straight – Kimberly actually recommended the Fisher Price seat. The FP seat is easier to carry around, especially if you’re alone, but if you recline the First Years seat, then your baby can sleep in it.