Published at Tuesday, March 06th, 2018 - 02:32:28 AM. Chair. By Janine Laffitte.
Easy chairs are designed for comfortable sitting for extended periods of time. Most often, the seat is designed to slant backward slightly and take some of the weight off the posterior, distributing it to the lower back. Easy chairs are often upholstered, but one common easy chair design, the Adirondack chair, is plain wood designed to encourage comfortable lounging without cushioning.
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.
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