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6 Modern and Playful Dining Booster Seats

I gave away our high chair this week. The action was mixed with excitement (more room in our cozy NYC apartment!) and sadness (my babies aren’t babies anymore!), but I am dealing with it as best I can. It was time, as we’ve been using a Stokke Tripp Trapp chair and booster seat for a while. On that note, I have to admit I had fun researching this post. From modern to playful, click through for some of the best booster seats on the market!

Mutsy 1 of 6
Mutsy brings modern design to baby gear, and we're so glad it does. The Mutsy "Grow Up!" comes in 6 bright colors and prides itself on being easily transportable and easy to clean.
Luv Chicken 2 of 6
What can I say, I love the fact that Luv Chicken was created by a mother of two. Ann Hurley put her graphic design background to work and has created a line of booster seats that are easy to clean, double as floor cushions and can be transported anywhere. Love the playful designs, too!
Prince Lionheart 3 of 6
The Prince Lionheart booster seat is a no frills yet functional chair that is made of light density foam and is meant to be used anywhere. I like that it's designed to prevent scratching of your dining room chairs.
Svan 4 of 6
The Svan Lyft booster seat prides itself on being ergonomically designed for children yet lightweight and easy to transport. The Lyft will collapse and hang on the back of your chair when you're not using it- neat feature!
Keekaroo 5 of 6
Keekaroo cafe booster seats and dining chairs for children are made with comfort and durability in mind. Safety features include a skid resistant bottom and straps (not shown in this photo) which attach to most chairs. Additionally, love the fact that they're made in the USA!
Baby Cooshee 6 of 6
The Baby Cooshee by BabySmart was designed to be simple yet comfortable. This "Learning Seat" is meant to be used as a first chair for your toddler (on the floor) that they can grow into and use for future dining with the family.
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