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Bebe Style Deluxe 3-in-1 Highchair

As you all know, we started weaning Grace over a month ago now and we hadn't been using a highchair, until now.

For any first time mum, finding the right products for your little one is a very daunting task, and buying a highchair was no exception. After many hours of research we finally settled on one, the Bebe Style Deluxe 3-in1 Highchair from Amazon, link here. It came really quick, and I just couldn't wait to rip the box open and put it together.
 
Highchairs, in my opinion, can look a bit out of place, bulky and just all round an eyesore, but this one just seems too fit in well.
 
Here it is in the highchair position,

 
This is the position we use when we feed Grace at the table, it fits perfectly, and she is the perfect height to feel involved at meal times.
 
The position I've been using a lot recently is this one,
 
It's the junior chair position, and I love feeding Grace with the highchair this low. Grace loves sitting in the highchair and watching Mickey Mouse Clubhouse when its like this.
 
It also straps to a normal dining chair as a booster, but as ours are leather it tends to leave an indent, and with it fitting nicely around the dining table anyway, I didn't feel the need to use the booster position.
 
The highchair has a removable tray which is ideal for cleaning, but what makes it even better is the plastic insert on the tray. One click and the insert comes straight off, a quick clean and it snaps straight back in.
The chairs padding is made of a wipe able material, which again is just perfect for cleaning.
I feel like this highchair is just the perfect fit for our family, we will definitely be using this for along time.
I would recommend this highchair to anyone that is looking for something versatile, and easy to use.
 
Grace loves it, as you can see. Her face here just cracks me up!
 
Laura x
 


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