phil&teds Lobster Clip on High Chair- BlackItem # HN-PIT062
- Portable highchair clamps to most tables
- Brushed stainless steel frame and easy-care fabric
- Padded shoulder straps and 5-point harness
- Folds flat and includes dishwasher safe tray and slim carrying bag
- Weight capacity: 37.5 lbs.
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- Easily Stowed
- Easy To Assemble
- Easy to Clean
- Takes Work To Clean
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- Infant Seating
Comments about Phil & Teds Lobster - Black:
Have you ever been to a restaurant with a toddler? I have. The question is.. have you ever been to a restaurant with a toddler and felt like giving up on life and crawling back to your dank dark apartment and never leaving again? Because I have been there too. My toddler is the kind of child who wants all the attention at all times. She wants to get into everything and never let me do what I want to do.. even if what I want to do is the simple task of "eating." Do you remember "eating?" Like before children? Because to me it seemed like this blissful fairy tale that never actually existed but I had created in my mind to help me get through the dark times.
Then I bought the lobster chair. Black. Beautiful. Sexy even. It's got a soft, luxurious seat and claws that clamp so hard, ain't nobody falling off that table. Trust me. I tested it myself. I do love my little gremlin, don't get me wrong, I want her safe. I just want to eat too.
The first time we took this to a restaurant it was like a miracle. Not only did she actually SIT in it.. she liked it. She sat in it swinging her legs and eating rice and smiling and never wanted out of it like she did with all those stupid wooden things they call high chairs at most restaurants. I was so happy I almost cried. I actually got to eat at the same time as my husband and didn't have to wrestle an unruly demon child who wanted to say "hi" to every stranger at every table and then go back again for a second round of that.
If you're on the fence about this chair... do yourself a favor and take the leap. Worth every penny. I will never go back. I keep this in my trunk and feel panicky if I ever take a different car and forget it. It's a priceless tool that every parent should have.
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