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Baby Chair for 8 month old

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8y, 3m agoPosted 8 years, 3 months ago
My sister has just started sitting up from a lying down position, and climbing out of chairs that just have the belt accross the waist. We are looking for a chair that can be me moved around the house, that has a full harness strap, we tried putting her in her high chair, but then she though she was being fed. Has anyone seen anything available?

She's 8 months old, and want one that's fairly big so will last a good while
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8y, 3m agoPosted 8 years, 3 months ago
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#1
go for a bumbo chair it moulds to the childs legs my little on used to climb out of strap chairs and the bumbo kept him place, they are also fantastic for good posture as well
#3

i'm sorry but how stupid is she for putting the seat on a kitchen worktop???? :x
#4
cheerleader
i'm sorry but how stupid is she for putting the seat on a kitchen worktop???? :x


Absolutely
#5
We do have a borrowed Bumbo, but she's quite an escapee, we'll check if she'll stay in the Bumbo, she started sitting up in her Moses basket, so we took it off the stand and left it on the floor, she then sat up and rolled over so she could get out the basket.

As for the Bumbo warnings, as the previous poster says, WHY would you put your baby on a worktop or a table in the first place? Ours has always gone on the floor
#6
peodude
We do have a borrowed Bumbo, but she's quite an escapee, we'll check if she'll stay in the Bumbo, she started sitting up in her Moses basket, so we took it off the stand and left it on the floor, she then sat up and rolled over so she could get out the basket.


I really think a cot is needed - that is the whole idea of a cot - to stop 'em getting out!
Mine was in a cot at 4 months old!

As for the chair a high chair is all that we used from about 6/7 months old (just for eating) as we left her to play on a quilt/duvet on the floor with toys!

There are chairs that exist that are a smaller version to a high chair and gets strapped to your dining chairs with straps inside for the baby too!
#7
I have an 81/2 month old i either have mine in his high chair which has 7 height adjustments in view of the TV whilst his dinner goes down as he know refuses to use his baby walker or jumperoo. Just give the child a few toys to play with.
Then if im not busy i let him crawl everywhere. Otherwise we have a travel cot with one of those V-shaped pillows one end and its filled with balls ( like you get a kiddies pindoor play areas) And a few of his soft toys.
The balls are from tesco and are really soft even though they plastic. Also tesco have a baby fair on and you can get a hauck travel cot for £25 right now

Mines been in a cot in his own room since 12 weeks as he filled his basket and me and dad snore and were disturbing him. But i ALWAYS have a motion sensor on if he dont breathe for 20 secs it alarms.
Ive also used a high chair since i started weaning at 17 weeks on HV advice.
He also sits in when me and hubby eat, i just give him toys to play with and 2 or 3 organix carrot sticks, they like a corn stack especially for 7 months plus. He loves them and makes him feel part of our dinner time
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#9
KELLY 'N' STEVE
I really think a cot is needed - that is the whole idea of a cot - to stop 'em getting out!
Mine was in a cot at 4 months old!

As for the chair a high chair is all that we used from about 6/7 months old (just for eating) as we left her to play on a quilt/duvet on the floor with toys!

There are chairs that exist that are a smaller version to a high chair and gets strapped to your dining chairs with straps inside for the baby too!


Could use a travel cot also, Or even a pen like this http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/0984157/c_1/1|category_root|Nursery|10199769/c_2/2|cat_10199769|Safety+gates+and+guards|10199808.htm

Maybe just childproof a room and put a safety gate up?
#10
cheerleader
i'm sorry but how stupid is she for putting the seat on a kitchen worktop???? :x


shauneco
Absolutely


KELLY 'N' STEVE
Whatever next - how ridiculous!


i know, some people dont have the brains they were born with
#11
A few things have been brought up, she used to sleep in her Moses basket downstairs in the day for a nap, and she sleeps in a cot upstairs at night. She now sleeps in her playpen.

With the amount of stuff around, she rolls everywhere, and what with fires, tv's etc, she can' treally be left alone.

We did try the high chair, which is height adjustable, but as i said, she thinks it's time for food, she has also been in a high chair since weaning, i seen straps that go on a chair, but it is wanted that if my mums out in the garden or upstairs or something, she can sit and watch.

I'll keep looking, and if i can't find anything you'll soon be seeing me on Dragons Den :thumbsup:
#12
if she is sitting up alone she should be sat not strapped into a chair , to engourage the next step of movement crawling or cruising , a child of this age should not be strapped in a baby chair , if you need to leave her unattented use a playpen/travel cot .
How has everyone else managed with a baby at this stage .

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