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WIN This Must-Have High Chair from Phil & Teds!

Doing the job I do, I come across a lot of baby products. A lot. And while many of these products are innovative, beautifully designed and useful, it’s rare to find a “must-have” that I immediately need to share with every parent I know.

This is one of those must-haves.

The Phil + Teds Lobster clip-on high chair — an update to their popular Metoo seat – has changed feeding time in our house, and could quite possibly be my toddler’s favorite new product.

Read on for why the Phil + Teds Lobster high chair is so cool and to win your own:

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I don’t know about you, but I’m just not a fan of highchairs. Not only do they get grimy and beg to have plates, cups, food, forks, etc. thrown off of them, but even the “stylish” ones are bulky and look awkwardly out of place. And when it comes to toddlers, they want in on the dinnertime action, sitting at the table with the rest of the family. You can only squeeze in a high chair so much.

But with the Phil + Teds Lobster, our little one finally feels like one of the gang. Its adjustable “claws” attach to your table quickly and easily, and the seat feels incredibly — incredibly – sturdy and safe. (The seat holds up to 37 pounds and has a 5-point harness.) And while my Lobster stays put at the dining room table, it’s super easy to remove and fold down into a small compact travel bag — perfect for when you dine at a friend’s house who doesn’t have a high chair or head over to Grandma’s.


Seriously, it couldn’t be easier. And it’s the sleekest, most compact clip-on highchair I’ve seen. *Jordan loves her Phil + Teds clip-on high chair too! See what she has to say about it here.

To win your own Phil + Teds Lobster, simply leave a comment below on why you’d love to win! We’ll pick a random winner next Friday, March 11.

You can buy a Phil + Teds Lobster at pishposhbaby for $79.99

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