Sit! Booster by Safety 1st: The at Home or On-the-Go Booster Seat For You

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By now I have told you guys about my move a couple times. What I didn’t tell you is that I went from a 5 bedroom two story house to a 3 bedroom one story house. Talk about downsizing. One thing had to go was our high chair. Our new kitchen had limited floor space and I kept kicking  and running into it. Lucky me Safety 1st had a great solution for that!  Their Sit! Booster!

The Sit! Booster gives Carly the support and safety she needs. I have to admit I was a little nervous about putting her into a booster sit, but after giving it my wiggle test I felt more comfortable. The booster seat has buckles that attach to the bottom & back of the chair assuring that it wouldn’t move. The three point harness assures me that she won’t fall out. What I love about the harness is that it’s not hard to adjust. I hate having to struggle with harnesses to make sure they fit my child good.  The Sit! Booster is also dishwasher safe, so it is very easy to clean. Although I haven’t had to yet, it makes for an easy to go booster/high chair seat. The next time I go to my mother in laws for the weekend I will make sure and bring it!

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Carly Jo ready to eat!

Also, a little fact that I thought was neat is the factory that made the booster seat is Zero Landfill! That means that they reuse 99% of their plastic manufacturing waste. Meaning not only is it safe for your little one but it’s also safe for the environment. If you are looking to limit space this is a seat for you! Or if your little one has out grown their high chair and they are ready for a booster seat, this is the one you want!!

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$12.00 @ Wal-Mart

 Disclosure: I receive sample(s) for purpose of testing and review. My opinions are my own and may differ from those of your own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”Enhanced by Zemanta


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