Disclosure: I was given a free product from Baby Journey for review purposes.
There is nothing worse then going out to eat with a toddler and having to place them in a dirty high chair! The Baby Sitter by Baby’s Journey turns any chair into a high chair. It fits easily into the diaper bag for easy travels and it helps your child sit securely without worry. Even though my daughter Madison is to young to sit at the table and enjoy a meal with us it’s fun to have her sitting securely in the Baby Sitter while we eat our lunch and/or dinner. So if you’re looking for the perfect solution to avoiding dirty highchairs or allowing your child to sit upright at the table with the family give the Baby Sitter a try. It’s made for children 6 months – 2 years and should only be used when the child is capable of sitting upright unassisted! Another thing I love is that the Baby Sitter is machine washable so cleaning up messes is a breeze. Setting up the Baby Sitter is so easy and takes 1 minutes, read the instructions here! Overall my daughter Madison and I love this little seat and it fits all our needs perfectly! If you would like your own Baby Sitter you can grab one for just $29.99 from Babies R Us!
A few great highlights about Baby Sitter:
- Unique Design accommodates both wide and tall chairs
- Adjustable shoulder straps grow with child
- Machine washable for easy clean
- Cushioned for baby’s comfort
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