High Chair Safety

High chairs must have a waist strap and, most importantly, a strap that runs between the baby’s legs. Babies have been injured by slipping down under the tray, so never use the tray as the main restraint.

High chairs can also tip over, especially if a baby can use her feet to push it away from the table or wall. Make sure your high chair has a wide base and can't be knocked over.

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