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The BabyCenter Editorial Team When your baby can sit up for an extended period of time without falling forward — usually at about 8 months old — she can move out of her highchair and into a booster seat.If you decide to try a booster seat, make sure it has straps that you can use to secure it to a stable chair and a belt to keep your child safely in place. If your booster seat has an adjustable seat and tray, set the seat on the lowest level — closest to the floor — to prevent your baby from toppling over the tray and out of the seat.Always use the safety belt and buckle your child in immediately after putting her in the booster seat. Even if your child's belted in safely, never leave her sitting in a booster seat unattended.Hold off on using booster seats without belts, such as the plastic cube-shaped seats you often see in restaurants, until your child's about 36 months old. These seats are not only dangerous because they lack safety belts, but they're also missing straps for securing the booster to a chair. If this type of seat is your only option when eating out, ask to be seated in a booth, and put the booster on the booth's bench for better stability.Always sit next to your child so you can quickly grab her if she starts climbing out or falls.


When your baby can sit up for an extended period of time without falling forward — usually at about 8 months old — she can move out of her highchair and into a booster seat.If you decide to try a booster seat, make sure it has straps that you can use to secure it to a stable chair and a belt to keep your child safely in place. If your booster seat has an adjustable seat and tray, set the seat on the lowest level — closest to the floor — to prevent your baby from toppling over the tray and out of the seat.Always use the safety belt and buckle your child in immediately after putting her in the booster seat. Even if your child's belted in safely, never leave her sitting in a booster seat unattended.Hold off on using booster seats without belts, such as the plastic cube-shaped seats you often see in restaurants, until your child's about 36 months old. These seats are not only dangerous because they lack safety belts, but they're also missing straps for securing the booster to a chair. If this type of seat is your only option when eating out, ask to be seated in a booth, and put the booster on the booth's bench for better stability.Always sit next to your child so you can quickly grab her if she starts climbing out or falls.


KABOOST is a revolutionary booster seat for dining and goes under the chair! KABOOST is the only compact and portable chair booster that raises the height of kitchen and dining room chairs so little kids can sit at the table just like big kids. Boost your chair! Compact and lightweight Tested and approved Snaps-on chair in seconds - quick and easy to use, stays attached when chair is moved Rubberized feet - non-slip, won’t scratch floors, grips chair legs firmly into place Sturdy design - engineered to improve chair stability, holds up to 300 pounds Adjustable spring system - fits 4-legged chairs, both round or square legs Stays attached even when chair is moved Two height positions - same heights as standard booster seats (3.75" and 4.5”) Grows with your child Easy to fold and carry - perfect for taking to grandparents, friends and restaurants No assembly required Holds up to 300 lbs. Weighs only 3.5 lbs. Dimensions - 13” x 12” x 6.75” Does your toddler look at the booster seat like it's his arch enemy and only want to sit on an adult chair? KABOOST is the best booster seat alternative and lets your child sit and reach the table just like everyone else.


This chair booster is such a great buy. I didn't want a booster seat because I knew my sons bum would not fit in one so I was excited when I came across this item. I was a little concerned because I didn't know how much higher the chair would be but once installed it was the perfect height for my son. I do have to take into consideration that my table does not have the wooden "apron" or skirt as shown on one of the review videos so you might want to keep that in mind.The booster has two different reversible heights. One will make your chair 3.75 inches taller while the other will make your chair 4.5 inches taller. The floor grip is awesome, it doesn't move at all. The installation wasn't bad either. It was easy but tricky. You have to lay the chair down and lift it a bit off the floor so you can pull the booster legs to the desired length while keeping it centered and sometimes you might lose grip of the chair while doing so. If you're planning on using it as a portable chair booster, you might get a little frustrated. Hope this helped!


If you decide to try a booster seat, make sure it has straps that you can use to secure it to a stable chair and a belt to keep your child safely in place. If your booster seat has an adjustable seat and tray, set the seat on the lowest level — closest to the floor — to prevent your baby from toppling over the tray and out of the seat.


Hold off on using booster seats without belts, such as the plastic cube-shaped seats you often see in restaurants, until your child's about 36 months old. These seats are not only dangerous because they lack safety belts, but they're also missing straps for securing the booster to a chair. If this type of seat is your only option when eating out, ask to be seated in a booth, and put the booster on the booth's bench for better stability.


A few weeks ago, Mazzy saw a dining booster seat at a friend’s house and was immediately intrigued. By “intrigued” I mean that she started screaming and crying when I told her she couldn’t sit in it because the owner of said dining booster seat, a three-year-old named Ella, was currently occupying it.


High ChairsHave your infant or toddler sitting with the grown-ups at the kitchen table with these high chairs & booster seats. This collection provides children with a seat to call their own. With hundreds of options to choose from, this selection provides you with a number of designs and styles that match your preference or décor. Also made with convenient comfort and safety features that will keep babies coming back for more. Select from today's high quality, brand name high chairs, boosters and hook-on seats such as Stokke®, Inglesina® and Peg Perego®. Feeding chair covers and booster liners also available.


My son was a premie and while we have had no issues since and continued to progress, he is still undersized for his age at 4 1/2. The Kaboost allows him to sit in a real chair at the table with us and his older sister and makes him feel like a big boy. We had been using an old hand me down pink booster seat. Between that and some other things going on, he has been saying he is not 4 but 3. This has been a nice confidence booster for him, to sit his own big boy chair. Simple to install and simple to use.


Keekaroo Cafe Booster$60 BUY NOWIf your family eats out a lot, keep this cafe booster seat on hand. It's lightweight and portable, and can easily strap onto any style of dining chair. Plus, the base is skid-resistant for added stability.


2 Of 15 Keekaroo Cafe Booster$60 BUY NOWIf your family eats out a lot, keep this cafe booster seat on hand. It's lightweight and portable, and can easily strap onto any style of dining chair. Plus, the base is skid-resistant for added stability.


If you want something that looks really nice at your table, has a comfier seat and is easily portable, get the OXO Seedling Youth Booster Seat. And to make yourself feel better about the higher price, think of the lower seat and lack of straps as longer longevity, an investment. Your kid will definitely outgrow the Disney seat first. (Mazzy outgrew it in less than a day.)


I am a mother of three young boys, ages 6, 4, and 10 months. I've never posted a review before but because this product has been such a game-changer for our family, I thought I would share my experience. I purchased my first Kaboost a couple of months ago for my 6 year-old who was too old for a booster chair, but whose chin could barely clear the table. I love how it is sturdy and yet soft enough to protect my dining room chairs and hardwood floor. My son can eat much better now that he is at the proper height. Because our family meals have improved so much with the Kaboost, I just replaced my 4 year-old's booster chair with a regular dining room chair that has a Kaboost underneath it. The Kaboost has two heights, so my older child's chair has the Kaboost set to the lower setting; my younger child's chair has the Kaboost is set to the higher setting. Both kids now are treated like big kids and are displaying greater responsibility because we are treating them as such. Thank you for such an amazing product.