Mama’s Helper: Tiny Diner

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Mealtime typical equates to a filthy floor in my house.  Not only do I subscribe to the “learning about your food through exploration” approach in the early stages, I have a youngest daughter who has earned the nickname “Shovel”.

The Tripp Trapp highchair was top of my list when I was pregnant with my first daughter.  The therapist in me loved the way it allows for proper positioning (adjustable foot support and adjustable seat depth).  Plus, I liked the idea of having the baby at the table in a normal human chair.  It seemed like a better idea than placing her in an alien ship plastic device.  I didn’t realize the discrepant mess factor between the two designs.  Without a tray, food has direct access to my floor.

*Tripp Trapp has since improved their design and you can now buy a tray accessory.   Sitting at the table without a tray is fantastic…. when they are older!  *

The Tiny Diner has been a great device to solve my mess problem! It catches the rogue food that drops en route to mouth.  And it’s portable for those lunches out!

Enjoy!

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2 thoughts on “Mama’s Helper: Tiny Diner

  1. j2gunn says:

    Does F still use the Tripp Trapp? Just contemplating this purchase for #2

  2. melissabw says:

    The therapist in me loves my Tripp Trapp – adjustable foot support and adjustable height. I l like having my kids eat with us right at the table instead of having a tray but a #2 is just a whole heck of a lot messier in our house. Luckily, the new Tripp Trapp’s do have a tray option that you can add onto it.

    I am happy with the purchase, just wish that the tray attachment would work on my old version for when #3 is ready.

    I have put it away for F as she insists on sitting on an adult chair like her big sis currently does. I am contemplating getting a 2nd one so that E can use the original (also great for table top fine motor work) and then F would stop messing around.

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