Child Fell From Highchair - You've got a baby. Infant has to eat. You require a high chair to feed baby. Ok, it might not be as easy as that, but a high chair is a vital piece of furniture for you and for a baby. When your infant starts on solid foods, it seems sensible to set him or her in a seat to make feeding easier and more comfortable for him and for you (or the person who feeds him).
In the beginning you might be feeding the baby. Afterwards, baby will need to learn how to feed himself. Needless to say, he can make a mess. Needless to say, food will be thrown about and there'll likely more food thrown on the ground, on baby's clothes and face than exactly what the baby will take in, but it is really all a part of the learning process so he can feed himself.
Should you go to any store, virtual or real, you'll be inundated together with the assortment accessible high chairs. They might be old fashioned, made entirely of natural wood, or modern, manufactured from aluminum and plastic. They might be tall or short, stiff or foldable, with or without covers cushioned seats and other accessories. They might have castors or wheels, could be reclining or straight backed, their seats might be fixed or of changeable heights. All kinds of colors, prints, painted, hand crafted high chairs are available ranging in costs from below $50 to the most high-priced one, $1350 (though if you get an authentic antique baby high chair, it might be even more).