Since Mason has now joined Kenzie into toddler hood, he is sitting on his own at the restaurants. I have encountered many filthy highchairs and am notorious for wiping down everything when we are in public (a bit neurotic I suppose but to my defense I am a bit more lax with Mason than I was with Kenzie). So when the Balboa Baby high chair cover and bibs came for review, I was ready to hit the door to the nearest restaurant.
The high chair cover in Swirl matches our shopping cart cover and my nursing cover. It came in a matching travel bag (to leave in the car) and just slipped right over the wooden high chair. My mother's husband was intrigued as this concept was foreign to him. The cover is soft and quilted and easily portable. It fits easily over the standard wooden and plastic high chairs at restaurants but I couldn't adjust it to fit a retro high chair with tray attached when we went out to eat dim sum. As my other Balboa Baby products, I can easily toss this in the wash and it comes out spanking clean and ready to use again.
Mason has outgrown most of his infant bibs in terms of mess control as I noticed when they come back to me for wash from the inlaws. The Balboa bibs are perfect for transitioning into the toddler stage because they are 10 1/4" x 13" in size. I chose the Retro Flower print which is beautifully unisex. It is backed in terry cloth for absorption and easy to wear with a velcro closure. Mason can feast without getting his duds messy. These wash well with no stains (so far!) and he will get much use.
Balboa Baby products are perfect for gift giving as their fabric selections run across the line. Mothers can grow their collection piece by piece in their favorite print.
Buy It: You can purchase the high chair cover for $40 and 2 set bibs for $15.
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