Poll Results: WHAT AGE DID YOU MOVE TO A BOOSTER SEAT AT MEALTIME?

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15 months or younger

  26 (30%)

16-17 months

  8 (9%)

18-20 months

  16 (19%)

21-23 months

  10 (11%)

24 months or older

  20 (23%)

Never

  4 (4%)

Votes so far: 84 

Facebook Results:

15 months or younger

16-17 months

18-20 months

21-23 months

24 months or older

Never

15 months or younger=8 votes

16-17 months= 3 votes

18-20 months= 5 votes 

21-23 months=1 vote

24 months or older= 3 votes

Never=0 votes

20 votes on Facebook


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1 Comment

  1. Koala Mama
    April 3, 2012 / 5:17 AM

    Yikes! We never used a high chair; they take up too much room. Our son was sitting on his own at four months, so he was fine with a booster by the time he was eating regular meals a couple of months later.

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