Bean Bag Dilemma

Filed under: Babies, Toddlers Preschoolers, Baby Essentials, Decor

I know this is supposed to be MY job here at ParentDish, but I need some shopping advice. You see, my 16-month-old still occasionally sits in a Kate Space Maclaren Rocker made for infants. I just checked the Maclaren website, and it seems that particular rocker holds babies up to 20 pounds.

Um, Wito weighs 29 pounds and is 35 inches long. Can we all just stop for one second and create a mental picture of what my child looks like while lounging in that thing? (Yes, the same chair in the photo, taken when he was only 9 DAYS OLD.)

Oops.

We need to put that chair to rest. My husband and I decided a bean bag type of chair would be perfect for around the house. However, preferably NOT a bean bag filled with scary Styrofoam or PVC pellets. Anyone know of any eco-friendly bean bag options? My uncomfortable son thanks you in advance.
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Start by teaching him that it is safe to do so.
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