The baby chair that goes everywhere

Filed under: Babies, Toddlers Preschoolers, Places To Go, Development/Milestones: Babies

Let's say you're out and about with your little one and they are making their feelings about being strapped in a stroller painstakingly clear. (Not that this has ever happened to me. Ahem.) Maybe you are meeting friends for coffee or in some situation where a crazed toddler running wild wouldn't be appropriate.

The Little Beetle Baby Chair is a fabric baby chair that is machine-washable, folds into a built-in pocket, and designed to fit on most dining/kitchen chairs. I'm thinking this chair could be a godsend - your child will be set free from their stroller AND can sit with the "big people".

Let's just hope I utilize this product with sturdy chairs, otherwise you might see a determined toddler running amuck with a dining chair on his back.

Read more about the Little Beetle chair here.
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Start by teaching him that it is safe to do so.
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