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... er types of chairs with my first 3 kids, Graco, Ikea and a Costco brand, this Peg Perego is the easiest. I agree with the other poster that said you'll use your high chair a lot. It and the stroller are typically the last "baby" items to still be lingering around the house and being used for our family. ... (9 replies)
... Perego too and freaking LOVE it!!!!!!!! Sorry for the lack of grammar! I plan on keeping him in it until he's in college! ... (9 replies)
... I went out and bought a fancy aquarium series high chair that matched all DS's stuff and he wont sit in it. It is a constant fight for him to sit still and eat. ... (9 replies)

... i have a high chair for ds and it helps with meal time manners in my book not only that he gets proper family time at the table and he knows it is dinner time he is not sat in front of the tv or other distractions, personally our high chair is a great buy (9 replies)
... We have the Peg Perego high chair and we used it until my son was 2. We then moved him onto a booster in a regular chair. ... (9 replies)
... i have 2 children, 4 and 13 months. and we have always had some kind of chair in use. ... (9 replies)
... I think most people use their high chair for at least 1 year and six months, probably more. Our son turned 1 yesterday and we will still use it for many months. ... (9 replies)
Am I in the wrong?
May 27, 2006
... I totally know what you gals are talking about. DH sounds so much like some of the hubbys mentioned here. He works long hours, that I understand and I have no problem with him being away for work or if he needs to get to bed early. My prob with him is he's a sports freak. ... (36 replies)
... is 8 months old and is crawling all over and starting to pull herself up on the furniture and her toys. Since she started really getting around, she hates being in her exersaucer, which is where I have been putting her the last few months when I take a shower or need to get something done that can't wait until her naptime. ... (2 replies)
... YUCK. I am so grateful for kids who know how to use throw up buckets!!! ... (0 replies)
... unless he's right under my feet, fussing and crying, while i'm making his meals. then i put him in his high chair with the cheerios to occupy him. ... (7 replies)
... I actually mixed the applesauce with rice and fed that to her alot. I would put pieces of rice on her high chair for her to feed herself. ... (4 replies)
... was so easy going. By 5 months he would sit in his high chair and I'd put toys on the tray. He'd sit there for almost an hour playing quietly while I cleaned up the kitchen, vacuumed, whatever needed done. ... (4 replies)
... Jen- Yes they are only a few days of each other - I remember you as well. It's amazing we made it this far....Yikes huh? I had to laugh (out loud at work by the way) at your comment about tossing Cherios on the floor and letting him eat it there. I have considered doing the same thing - after all if she stays in her high chair long enough - they usually end up on the... (9 replies)
... the food on the spoon causing it to go flying.....needless to say this tests the temper of any well rested Mom or not. I have been tempted to take her out of the high chair and call it quits until she figures it out, but don't. ... (9 replies)
... the soft spot thing is alright as well. He seems like a happy and healthy baby for the most part so I'm not too worried about anything yet. I was worried about how they would do the ultrasound on him, I thought he'd freak out, but he was awesome the whole time. ... (62 replies)
Cereal feedings?
Sep 27, 2005
... Prittygreeneyez, you're not the only one that is lost in the area of baby raising. The sad fact is they don't come with "owner's" manauls, and they shouldn't because these little ones aren't an appliance. ... (5 replies)




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