Bloom High Chair John Lewis - There is a baby. Infant must eat. A high chair is a vital piece of furniture for you and for a baby, although okay, it could not be as easy as that.
At first you could be feeding the infant. Later, infant will have to figure out how to feed himself. And that is where the high chair is invaluable. Obviously, he will make a wreck. Obviously, food will soon be thrown about so that he can eventually feed himself, and there will probably more food thrown on the ground, on the tray, on infant's clothes and face than exactly what the infant will take in, but it's all a part of the learning process.
You'll be inundated with all the variety available in high chairs, in case you go to any shop, virtual or actual. They may be old fashioned, made modern, manufactured from aluminum and plastic, or completely of natural wood. They may be short or tall, foldable or stiff, with or without cushioned seats, covers along with other accessories. They might have castors or wheels, might be reclining or straight backed, their seats might be repaired or of changeable heights. All kinds of colours, prints, painted, handcrafted high chairs are available ranging in prices from below $50 to the most high-priced one, $1350 (though in the event that you get a genuine antique baby high chair, it could be even more).