Published at Tuesday, March 06th, 2018 - 02:27:23 AM. Chair. By Janine Laffitte.
Booster seats are necessary add-ons once the child starts to experiment with his or her arms and legs. Toddlers are an impatient lot and they must be secured firmly to their chairs while being allowed adequate space for free movement. Booster seats have comfortable belts that prevent the child from tipping over or falling from the chair. Booster seats also allow children to sit at the same height as the rest of the family at meals and parents can feed their babies while having dinner themselves.
Kitchen and dining room chairs are the most common chairs made and most households have at least four of them. Generally, they have four legs, a seat and a back. The seat is most often 16 inches above the ground - the median height for comfort. The back is set at nearly right angles to the seat to encourage an upright posture - most comfortable for eating.
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