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My little girl is quite girly and loves nothing better than to play with her dolls, change their nappies, push them in their pushchairs etc and to feed them. I think this has something to do with the fact that she has a little baby brother and she loves to help me feed him too at dinner time, its like he has two mummys most of the time. Sometimes its nice hen she helps me feed him but other times she gets in the way a bit so I thought it would be a good idea to get her a highchair for her doll so she could feed them whilst I was feeding my little boy.
We found this high chair online and being Fisher Price and knowing they generally produce good quality toys we decided to purchase it. Also, as it was only £10 we thought even if it wasn't great we had only spent a tenner and not £30 like some other high chairs we looked at cost. The high chair is quite low to the ground, perfect for a little girl but not high enough so a baby doll can sit up at it at a dining room table. This was sort of my plan so my little girl could sit at the table and feed her baby but it works well with this being next to our dining room table and my little girl feeding her baby from the floor.
The high chair is made of quite a sturdy plastic although tis fairly basic in its appearance. It has green plastic legs that actually swivel on a joint so you can also turn the high chair into a little baby seat that rocks back and forth. TO be honest we don't really utilise this function as we have other baby toy swings for my little girls dollies so we have this as just a dedicated high chair that stays up all the time so my little girl can play with it when she wants.
There is then a pink plastic seat which is what the dolls sit in. This is quite rounded and made of quite a slippery plastic so if you have soft dolls with fabric on they often slip out of the seat so you will need either a more plasticy doll that will stick or just put it with having to prop the doll up all the time. There is also a little white plastic tray that you fit onto the high chair once the seat is in place. Both of these obviously are removable as they re what you move if you turn the high chair into a baby swing and they although they just clip into place they do move quite a bit. Its good in one respect as my little girl can remove them to get her babies in and out but in another respect its a bit annoying to keep on having to put them back again. There is also a little foot stool thing like regular high chairs have which has Fisher Price written on it. I think this is a nice touch and makes the high chair look quite real.
I like the look of this high chair as it looks quite authentic and my little girl loves the fact that she can feed her dollies too. Its not the best on the market by any means but for now it fits a purpose and for the price I don't think you can go wrong.