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WIN The Coveted BabyBjorn High Chair

 

Back in June, our Strollerderby blogger asked Would you pay $300 for a high chair?, in reference to the brand new BabyBjorn high chair. Then after weighing all of the incredible features (design, portability, safety), decided that — although she typically doesn’t believe in pricey baby gear — this high chair might be the exception. Yes, this high chair just might be worth the splurge.

Luckily you might not need that internal debate because BabyBjorn is giving one to a Babble reader! Continue on to see why this high chair is better than the rest, and to win one of your own:

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This compact, convenient Swedish design is unquestionably made from a parent’s perspective. Imagine everything you wish your high chair could do (besides actually feeding your child), and the BabyBjorn can most likely do it. It takes up a small amount of space, unlike other bulky contraptions that fit awkwardly next to the table. It can then fold down for compact storage, which is a huge plus for small spaces. And it’s made out of completely smooth surfaces (no cushions or crevices) so you can easily wipe the entire thing down. And unlike other one-piece high chairs (read: IKEA), the BabyBjorn comes with a detachable, dishwasher-safe tray.

More than convenience, the BabyBjorn high chair is made for safety — especially with its tight (customizable) ergonomic fit so kids can’t wiggle their way out.

See the high chair in action here:

 

In love yet? Enter to win your own!

TO ENTER: Leave a comment below, telling us why you’d like to win! I’ll pick a random winner next Wednesday, August 3, and announce him/her on my Early Mama Facebook page (where I’m also holding the contest). **If your entry isn’t working, enter over at the Early Mama Facebook page and I’ll count it in.

For an EXTRA ENTRY: Leave a comment on the BabyBjorn Facebook wall, telling them you’d love to win their high chair from Babble!

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