Which one to get? I’d start with Fisher-Price Healthy Care Deluxe Booster Seat. For under $30, you get a sturdy, compact seat that makes it easy to eat with baby on the go. The snap on feeding tray is easy to clean—just throw it in the dishwasher—and three different height adjustments and a removable back make it as comfy as possible. Two straps adjust to fit pretty much any chair, and rubber feet keep the seat firmly in place, while a three-point harness keeps wiggly toddlers safely in place.
It’s convenient, easy to use and holds up over time. I originally bought one for my now six-year-old son, and am happy to report that it’s still going strong with my 19-month old daughter.
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