On the hunt for your perfect high chair? Take our quiz to help you narrow down the field and find the best high chair for your babe.
Be sure to keep track of how many A’s, B’s, C’s and D’s you score!
1. My kitchen:
a) holds all my kitchen gadgets. And there are a lot of them.
b) is tiny. I barely have any room!
c) blends seamlessly with the style and décor of the rest of my house.
d) is spotless. I don’t like anything cluttering up the counters.
2. My ideal high chair would:
a) adjust as my baby grows and keep him entertained all through dinner so I can eat!
b) fold up and out of the way when I’m not using it.
c) get ohhs and awwws from visitors.
d) be self-cleaning. Is that possible?
3. My diaper bag is:
a) an oversized bag that holds wipes, diapers, snacks and more! Everything my baby or I might need when out and about.
b) a compact clutch that holds just the bare essentials.
c) a chic, designer diaper bag with a modern silhouette.
d) super organized. Everything has its own pocket or pouch and I never have to dig for my cell phone.
4. When shopping for a high chair, my biggest concern is:
a) how many adjustments it has.
b) if it will fit into my kitchen.
c) how it looks.
d) how easy it is to clean.
5. My ideal stroller:
a) reclines, has a large canopy, toy clip, bumper bar and snack holder.
b) folds up compactly.
c) makes a fashion statement.
d) has a washable seat cushion.
6. When I have friends over for dinner, I’d like them to:
a) be impressed with all the features of the high chair.
b) not have to maneuver around the high chair.
c) notice how well the high chair coordinates with my house.
d) not find smashed peas on the high chair.
7. I’m most interested in a high chair that:
a) has height adjustments, seat recline, a footrest and tray compartments.
b) has a small footprint.
c) will look nice in my kitchen.
d) has a tray that will fit in my dishwasher.
Now….Add up your A’s, B’s, C’ and D’s, and read on to help you find the perfect high chair for you!
Mostly A’s: Feature Happy
You love gears, gadgets and gizmos! You’re looking for a high chair that is more than just a seat for junior, but can adapt, entertain, and grow with your child. You’ll be swayed by high chairs that have lots of things to adjust, come with interesting trays and those that have useful extras like storage baskets underneath, pockets on the back or can transform from a high chair into a booster.
Try: Peg Perego Siesta can be used from birth up to toddlerhood, has a rubber storage net on the back of the sear for holding bibs, reclines 150° for infants and offers 45 different possible positions.
Mostly B’s: Space-Saver
You’re looking for baby gear that is compact and won’t add clutter to your life or house. High chairs that have a small footprint, fold up and have a simple, streamlined design are your best fit. If your need a high chairs that fold up, decide if you need it to be free-standing when folded – not all are.
Try: Keekaroo Height Right High Chair doesn’t fold up, but has a small footprint and can transform into an adult chair when your child gets older.
Mostly C’s: Style Savvy
Design is key when you’re shopping for baby gear. You want your guests to notice your high chair for its chic style, not its sloppy space grab. You lean towards modern shapes and stand-out colors that will get your high chair noticed – for all the right reasons.
Try: The Boon Flair has vibrant colors and a unique pneumatic lift that is sure to garner attention.
Mostly D’s: Clean Machine
Kids = messes, but you try your hardest to keep things as neat and tidy as possible. You look for baby gear that is easy to wash, wipe down, launder, or hose off. Your ideal high chair will have no crevices for crumbs to hide and have a wipeable or washable seat cushion.
Try: The Phil and Teds Poppy high chair has no seams to hide stray cereal and a one-piece, wipeable tray for extra easy clean-up.