Babyhome Eat: A Modern Highchair

{Photo Credit: The Memoirs of Megan}

 When you’re searching for a good highchair, there are some things to take into consideration such as: style, usability, and adjustability. The good news is that babyhome took all those things and turned it into a modern highchair that both you, and your baby, are sure to enjoy for years.

{Photo Credit: The Memoirs of Megan}

Style:

When you’re shopping for a highchair, you have to take style into consideration. This item is going to be front and center next to your dining room table for a while, and even longer if you plan on reusing it for multiple children. Babyhome Eat comes in many fun colors to choose from, that are sure to match any home decor.

{Photo Credit: The Memoirs of Megan}

Usability:

The absolute best part about the babyhome Eat is the practicality of the highchair. First things first, the total weight for the entire chair is 7.5 lbs. It is so light. Picking up and moving the babyhome Eat is a breeze, making it a favorite in my household to also enjoy a family dinner eating under our covered patio.

The material that babyhome uses for the seat is top notch. It’s breathable, and washable. Any item that gets spilled on it (which, let’s face it, will happen quite often) can easily be wiped off with a damp cloth or paper towel. It can also be hosed off outdoors, in the case of extremely messy situations.

The babyhome Eat can be folded up very easily to be nearly flat. It comes with a very handy carrying bag, which makes the babyhome Eat a popular choice for travelers, campers, and hikers. It can be put away and stored easily, instead of having a full-sized highchair take up valuable closet storage space when not in use.

{Photo Credit: The Memoirs of Megan}

Adjustable:

The babyhome Eat has a five point harness that holds your little one securely in place, and adjusts to grow along with them. The tray is removable, for when your little person decides that they would rather be pushed up against the table, but isn’t quite big enough without a booster at the table.

The base of the Eat chair is very sturdy, and features plastic floor protectors that allow the eat to slide easily, without scratching wooden flooring. The base can also be pushed underneath an object, such as a couch or end table, allowing the Eat to be more compact than other highchairs on the market.

{Photo Credit: The Memoirs of Megan}

My Take:

I love the versatility of this product. The fact that it’s so light makes my job a bit easier, and I love being able to easily move it from room to room to switch up our dining experience. The color is stunning, and matches my home decor perfectly. I really feel that the babyhome Eat is a chair that can grow with my daughter, and that she won’t be embarrassed to sit in during those tricky toddler years.

Go check out the babyhome website, and see the Eat for yourself, along with lots of their other amazing products! The babyhome Eat can easily be purchased from Amazon, and is even available with free 2 day shipping under Amazon Prime!

In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), BabyHome USA, Inc. is recalling the Eat High Chair (model BH2104) due to a potential strangulation hazard.

The front opening between the tray and seat bottom of the high chair can allow a child’s body to pass through and become entrapped at the neck. This poses a strangulation hazard to young children when the child is not harnessed.

If you have one of these products, you should stop the use of your Eat high chair immediately and contact babyhome at 888.758.5712 or send an email to monica@babyhome.es and they will contact you as quickly as possible to repair/replace your product to receive a free crotch restraint repair kit.

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Megan

Megan lives in Michigan with her husband, daughter, and son. Her days are spent hanging out and doing family projects on her real-life farm, and spending time on the Great Lakes. She loves swimming, celebrity gossip, University of Michigan and Denver Broncos football, trashy reality TV, and writing. In addition to being a Mommy and self-proclaimed urban-farmer, she owns a photography business located in Southeast Michigan, Memoirs Photography.

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