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The Graco DuoDiner 3-in-1 Convertible High Chair can be used three different ways to accommodate a growing child.
I love this because it helps you stretch every bit of the $120 price tag when you’re on a tight budget.
My 1-year-old daughter is safe and properly positioned in this high chair — she sits up straight, her feet are supported, and her tray is at a comfortable level.
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Before I started feeding my daughter Ellie solid foods, I didn’t realize how much work went into teaching a human how to eat food. I also had no idea that a proper sitting position in a high chair played an integral role in how well a child eats.
We all want our kids to eat balanced meals and gain weight according to their growth curve, so it can be frustrating and worrisome when they refuse to eat. Think of a time you ate at a restaurant where the table was too low or high, or you sat at on bar stool without back or foot support. It’s not easy to enjoy your meal in these situations, and the same goes when our kids don’t have proper seating for their meals.
I love the Graco DuoDiner 3-in-1 Convertible High Chair because it’s designed to give babies and toddlers up to 3 years old all the support they need to sit up and learn how to eat with three different chair settings that accommodate a growing child.
This chair will continue to work for Ellie for years. It’s hard to tell what products babies and toddlers actually like when they’re not speaking yet, but this chair must be comfortable because Ellie even fell asleep eating dinner one day.
Before I go into my experience with this high chair, please note that this is not the Graco high chair that was recalled in 2018 — that was the Graco Table2Table 6-in-1 High Chair.
Design and specs
The Graco DuoDiner 3-in-1 has a very sturdy base with a set of wheels on the front legs, so it’s easy to move around, but won’t just roll away on its own. For safety, never move a high chair with your child inside.
The five-point harness is easy to buckle and can be converted into a three-point harness as your child grows up. It safely holds your child in every chair stage — of which there are three.
Stage 1 is reclined for infants who aren’t eating, Stage 2 is upright for babies and toddlers who are eating solids, and Stage 3 is detached as a booster seat for older toddlers and young kids. In Stage 2, there are five different height positions and three different footrest positions depending on your baby’s size.
The reclined infant setting allowed Ellie to be a part of family meal time even when she was only a few months old. I hated putting her down when she was a newborn — …read more
Source:: Business Insider