Collection: Feeding

Discover the perfect feeding solutions for your little one with our curated collection of baby feeding essentials and high chair products. Explore a wide range of high-quality items to make mealtime a breeze for both you and your baby. From stylish high chairs to innovative feeding accessories, find everything you need to nurture your child's development. Shop now and create unforgettable moments at the dining table.

Elevate your baby's mealtime with our premium collection of baby feeding chairs, designed to blend seamlessly into your family's lifestyle while prioritizing comfort and safety. Our Baby high chair range offers the perfect solution for parents seeking a blend of style, functionality, and durability. From the first spoonfuls to independent eating, our high chairs for feeding are built to accommodate every stage of your baby's development. Each high chair baby model features adjustable settings, including a recline for younger infants and height adjustments to fit any table. For added comfort and support, our feeding chairs come equipped with a footrest, ensuring your little one enjoys their meals in the utmost comfort. The feeding chair for baby selection is meticulously designed with ease of cleaning in mind, featuring removable trays and wipeable surfaces to handle any mess with ease. Explore our collection to find the perfect feeding chair that grows with your child, offering a safe, comfortable, and stylish space for all their mealtime adventures.

Feeding Chair FAQ's

What age should a baby be in a high chair?

A baby can start using a high chair when they can sit up unassisted, typically around 6 months old, which coincides with the recommended age to introduce solid foods. It's important to ensure the high chair is appropriately sized, secure, and offers adequate support for your baby's back and feet for a safe and comfortable mealtime experience.

What are the advantages to a high chair?

High chairs offer several advantages for babies and parents alike, enhancing the feeding experience and supporting a child's development:

  1. Safety and Security: High chairs are designed with safety features such as harnesses and a stable base to keep the baby secure during meal times, reducing the risk of falls or accidents.
  2. Proper Positioning: They enable babies to be positioned at an appropriate height and posture for eating, which is important for swallowing and digestion. A good high chair supports the baby's back and allows their feet to be firmly placed, often on a footrest.
  3. Independence: High chairs can help babies develop independence as they learn to feed themselves in a supported, upright position.
  4. Inclusion: By being at table height, babies can be part of family meal times, which is beneficial for social development and encourages them to try new foods by mimicking their parents and siblings.
  5. Cleanliness: High chairs are designed to contain messes, with features like wipeable surfaces and removable trays, making cleanup easier. They help keep feeding areas organized and reduce the likelihood of food being dropped on the floor.
  6. Portability and Adaptability: Many high chairs come with adjustable height and recline settings, as well as foldable designs for easy storage or travel, making them versatile additions to the home.
  7. Longevity: Adjustable and convertible high chairs can grow with your child, transitioning from a traditional high chair to a booster seat or even a toddler chair, providing value over several years.

Overall, high chairs offer practical benefits that make feeding easier and safer, while also supporting your child's physical and social development.

When should i buy a feeding chair?

You should consider buying a feeding chair around the time your baby is ready to start solid foods, which is typically at about 6 months old. At this age, many babies can sit up with minimal support, making it a suitable time to introduce them to a high chair for safe and comfortable feeding sessions.

Can you feed a baby in a chair?

Yes, you can feed a baby in a chair designed specifically for infants, such as a high chair or a feeding chair with appropriate support features. These chairs are designed to safely accommodate babies, providing them with the necessary support to sit upright during feeding times once they have enough neck and head control, usually around 6 months old. It's important to ensure the chair is stable, secure, and equipped with safety harnesses to keep the baby safely in place during feeding.