Sydney booster seat from Piccolini Online

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My daughter Alex is rapidly outgrowing her booster seat, and it might be time to purchase another one.  I found this great one on Piccolini online:  the Sydney Booster Seat, which comes in a variety of wood hues to match your furniture.  It looks really sturdy, and appears to be a seat that Alex can use for quite a while as she grows -- but (a) it's not available yet, and (b) it's US$ 85, which, call me cheap, seems a bit exorbitant for a booster seat.

Any of you guys have a favourite booster that you've found works for your kids?

(Incidentally, if you're in love with the Sydney Booster Seat, it's unclear whether Piccolini delivers internationally, so you might want to contact them directly to find out.)
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Start by teaching him that it is safe to do so.
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