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Cushi Tush Baby Seat

Submitted by on August 4, 2010 – 8:41 pmNo Comment

If you’re looking for a play seat for your child or a first feeding chair then you can’t go wrong with a Cushi Tush. Its lightweight, durable, non-toxic, paediatrician approved and fully recyclable – what more could you ask for?

Buy it online here (The Whole Kaboodle)

Price £27.95

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Initial thoughts: The Cushi Tush is a baby seat with a difference. It’s made from ARPRO® which is Expanded Polypropylene – an environmentally friendly, green material. During manufacturing no VOCs (Volatile Organic Compounds), hydrocarbons or other recognised environmentally damaging compounds are used and ARPRO® is 100% recyclable. This seat is incredibly lightweight, so light that when it was delivered I didn’t even know there was a seat inside the box (perfect for my bad back!)

We liked: BG does have a Bumbo seat but unfortunately due to the fact she was such a sickly baby, whenever we put her in she would be sick because of the way it lifted her legs up! This didn’t happen with this seat as the leg holes slope down so there is no pressure on her stomach.

When the chair arrived I couldn’t wait to get it out of the box and started used it immediately. It comes with a tray which can be fixed in three positions and is great for playing and eating. The Cushi Tush has been a bit of a god send in the last week especially as my bad back has meant it’s been difficult to get the high chair out and put it away again, so it’s provided a quick and easy option for snack time. Its also good for when I want BG to calm down before naps and bedtime – we put her in it and sit and play quietly or read.  BG also likes to play WITH it!! And as its so lightweight she manages to throw it around quite easily!

We weren’t keen: This chair is suitable from 3 -18 months or up to 30lbs. I’m sure that younger children would struggle to get out on their own, leaving you safe to turn your back for 30 seconds, however that wasn’t the case with BG who quickly learnt how to get herself out of the Cushi Tush.

So a word of warning – this is meant as play or snacking chair. It has no straps and children can easily get free so please don’t leave them unattended.

Overall: This is one of those products that I wish I had found a few months ago – it would have been perfect for when I started weaning BG as it has a high back which would have helped support her. We bought a highchair far too soon that wasn’t supportive enough, and the Cushi Tush would have been far more suitable.

If you’re looking for a play seat for your child or a first feeding chair then you can’t go wrong with a Cushi Tush. Its lightweight, durable, non-toxic, Paediatrician approved and fully recyclable. It also looks good and takes up little space – what more could you ask for?

[By Carol]

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