Boosty Yea! booster seats

Boosty Yea! booster seats

I gave these as presents and they were a big hit with the toddlers and their moms. It's not only adorable but practical, too.

  • My little sister was complaining about her car seat, but was still too young to be "an adult," so we decided to buy her a booster seat. She still wasn't an "adult" but she was a "big kid." I think the Multiple Choice Pattern reall... My little sister was complaining about her car seat, but was still too young to be "an adult," so we decided to buy her a booster seat. She still wasn't an "adult" but she was a "big kid." I think the Multiple Choice Pattern really caught her attention- she loves monkeys!

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  • This was one of the best pieces of babygear that I received. It would have never dawned on me to buy it, so thank goodness someone else got it for me. It spent quite a bit of time in my car, as it was perfect for when we were an... This was one of the best pieces of babygear that I received. It would have never dawned on me to buy it, so thank goodness someone else got it for me. It spent quite a bit of time in my car, as it was perfect for when we were anywhere that wasn't too baby-friendly. And as our son grew older and got bigger, it was great for sitting him up at the table with us for meals.

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  • When I was little, my booster seat really was the phonebook. But, I guess we spoil our kids more these days. So, this booster seat is much more comfortable, but looks like you're still old school

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  • This has got to be the cutest booster seat ever!

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  • When my daughter was little I went with the "bumbo" chair, but she didn't like it when she was small. For some reason she always ended up leaning forward and spitting up. However, I know a lot of parents swear by these baby seat... When my daughter was little I went with the "bumbo" chair, but she didn't like it when she was small. For some reason she always ended up leaning forward and spitting up. However, I know a lot of parents swear by these baby seats. I like this one better because it also has a removable tray for snacks and activities.

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  • a cute, cheeky booster seat. when i was little my parents used the real yellow pages for me to sit on. man that thing was heavy.

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  • very cute booster seat. love the bright colors.

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  • A different type of booster seat for your kids.

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  • Who says a safe booster seat can't also look good? I'm not ashamed to admit that I love that these seats match the interior of my car.

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  • Mary Stuart stumbled across this today in the Home & Garden section of the New York Times. Check it out...it is a great alternative to a booster seat. It is spring-loaded and attaches to most chairs to raise the chair and not the ... Mary Stuart stumbled across this today in the Home & Garden section of the New York Times. Check it out...it is a great alternative to a booster seat. It is spring-loaded and attaches to most chairs to raise the chair and not the child. This seems so much more safe than the booster seats that fit on top of a chair...those always seem to slide around...it will be available mid-August, but you can pre-order one on the Kaboost site. Their site is great too...great graphics and very clean and easy to navigate.

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  • You don’t have to spend a fortune for a good a high chair or booster seat. If you shop around, you can still find a great deal for under $100. We’ve done the work for you. Here are a few of our favorites: 1. Fisher-Price He... You don’t have to spend a fortune for a good a high chair or booster seat. If you shop around, you can still find a great deal for under $100. We’ve done the work for you. Here are a few of our favorites: 1. Fisher-Price Healthy Care Booster Seat ($27): Portable and easy to clean, this seat is great for use at home, restaurants and everywhere else your tot has meals. 2. Phil & Ted’s Me Too Portable High Chair ($49): Perfect for those short on space, this handy seat attaches to almost every table, including picnic tables and breakfast bars. 3. HandySitt Booster Chair ($80): If you’re looking for a minimalist design, this smart chair is for you. Hook it on to virtually any chair for a safe seat for your tot. 4. Combi Breeze High Chair ($90): This full-size chair has everything but the big price tag: height adjustment, swivel wheels, removable tray, washable seat cushion and more. 5. Fisher-Price Rainforest Healthy Care Highchair ($90): The removable toy keeps baby entertained while you prep meals, and it folds up when not in use.

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  • I am all about children having independence, especially when it comes to sitting. Booster chairs although very necessary, are still disappointing to a child. The Hisita Chair Booster is an awesome idea because the booster is actua... I am all about children having independence, especially when it comes to sitting. Booster chairs although very necessary, are still disappointing to a child. The Hisita Chair Booster is an awesome idea because the booster is actually on the floor and the chair sits on top. Now your child can sit at the table at your height and feel like a big kid!

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  • This chair still holds my 32 lb. son and we've used it since he was 1. It is very easy to clean and transport if you don't feel like packing up the big high chair for long trips.

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  • Portable booster seats are a great idea for toddlers (I'm not sure about a baby though). MyChair's Portable Booster Seat collapses to take on the go. It would be great for camping as well.

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  • This is a chair that is designed to grow with your child via disks on the bottom that adjust the heigth. Of course you could go the booster seat route, but if you are a bit more savvy and modern than that, this chair is stylish an... This is a chair that is designed to grow with your child via disks on the bottom that adjust the heigth. Of course you could go the booster seat route, but if you are a bit more savvy and modern than that, this chair is stylish and useful.

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  • Great car seat for kids ready for boosters. Has side wings that stick out so much you feel your kid is safe. Very comfy looking. MOST IMPORTANTLY - this is the ONLY booster carseat I know of that prevents heads from falling down w... Great car seat for kids ready for boosters. Has side wings that stick out so much you feel your kid is safe. Very comfy looking. MOST IMPORTANTLY - this is the ONLY booster carseat I know of that prevents heads from falling down when they are asleep - for the most part. This is mainly due to those wings that they can set their head on. I've read also that it is best to get a booster with a full back - safer for kids in accidents. Not too expensive for a Britax product - should run you about $75 to $100 - try ebay. Comes in many different patterns - very similar to the Monarch model as well.

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