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Clip on High Chair

Clip on High Chair

Not everyone is a fan of clip-on high chairs, but I love ours. It saves space, and that's worth it to me. I will say the drawbacks are that it's not easy to wipe down to clean. But I have a high threshold for dirty, so it didn't bother me too much. It runs around $69.

Suction Plate

Suction Plate

When my toddler was learning how to scoop up things to eat, this curved-edge plate was very helpful. The suction to the table also helped tremendously. $16.

Steal High Chair

Steal High Chair

If you want a cheap, easy to clean, small footprint high chair, the Ikea option is it. It's hugely popular for this reason. It's expensive on amaxon, around $50. But if you're willing to brave the purgatory that is Ikea, it's only $20 in the store. Get it on amazon here if your time is worth more than your money:

Suction Bowls

Suction Bowls

If you don't mind plastic, these bowls are fantastic. They stick to the table, and let me tell you, that will become invaluable when your toddler is learning how to eat. These are about $6 for the set.

Splurge High Chair

Splurge High Chair

If you want a high chair that can be wiped down, I strongly recommend this one. Stokee is known for it's "grow with your child" design. This high chair can be used at 6 months, but then transitions to a booster seat for your toddler. The best part is that it can be pulled directly up to the table, which helps kids feel like they're more grown up. It's not cheap, around $250, but for its longevity, it may be worth it.

Booster Seat

Booster Seat

We didn't use this for a very long time, primarily because my toddler is a giant. But, if you do have a shorty, this booster seat is fantastic. No-slip bottom, and easy to clean. This one is round $39.

Sippy Cups

Sippy Cups

After MUCH searching, I hate to admit it, but these really are the best sippy cups. They're so cheap that you won't stress if you lose one. They honestly don't leak. And when they start to get gross, you can buy a new pack. Under $3 for a set.

Bibs

Bibs

You might think you want or need a cloth bib, but you would be wrong. Those you have to wash. In the washing machine. Ain't nobody got time for that. Use one of these and rinse them off every night in the sink. Thank me later. $12 for a two pack.

Teethers

Teethers

These are the ONLY thing either of my kids tolerated while teething. Put some frozen fruit inside and let them gnaw safely. The only problem is they get a little gross on the inisde, but I've yet to find anything better. $7 for a two pack

Stainless Steel Sippy Cup

Stainless Steel Sippy Cup

There was a time when I was really obsessed with finding a stainless steel sippy cup. This is the best option out of those. But as I said about the "take and toss" cups, those are just frankly better. Easier for my toddler to drink out of, and easier for me not to care about. But if stainless steel is important to you, this one is it.

Spoon

Spoon

With all things food-related, I pretty much trust OXO. And this spoon is no exception. We have about 10 spoons and every time, without fail, I grab for this one. $5.

Bottle Cleaner

Bottle Cleaner

This is one of those "if you're going to touch it every day, you better love it" categories. Get a good bottle cleaner, because you're going to touch this thing a lot. And you'll definitely need the nipple cleaner. This set is around $12.