02 Nov

Prince LionHeart – Booster POD – CLOSED


My daughter is growing out of her Highchair.  It’s not that she is too large for it, but she just doesn’t want to be a baby anymore.  Which is very upsetting for 2 reasons – it means she’s growing up, and it means that I no longer have a place for her to sit still in for at least 20 minutes.

The Prince Lionheart Booster POD couldn’t have come at a better time, both for me and DD.  The booster POD gives DD the feeling of being a big girl, and gives me the luxury of strapping her in and keeping her safe while sitting at the table with the rest of us.

The Booster POD fits on nearly any chair in the house and is easily transferred from chair to chair.  I use it at the kitchen table and on the bar stools around the island.  There are 2 safety clips that hook onto the chair – one below the seat and the other around the chair back.  The Booster POD also has a 3 point safety harness around the hips to keep DD from moving about.

The seat is extra squishy (I bet it’s really comfortable) and the surface is extra easy to clean after a messy supper or a painting session.  This is one of the major benefits to the Booster POD.  In a highchair, DD had only so much crafting space (the highchair tray), so while sitting in the Booster POD the entire table or island is space that she can use for crafting (and believe me, she uses it all).

I have also taken the Booster POD while on vacation.  Despite having 13 grandkids and 9 great-grandkids,  my grandmother doesn’t have a highchair in her home (I wonder if she is trying to tell us all something?!? Just Joking – I know she isn’t!!!).  So, when we go to visit her for a weekend, we otherwise wouldn’t have a highchair.  If you have ever tried to feed a busy toddler that is left on their own will to squirm and flounder about, you can all agree that there is little eating going on, and a lot of frustration on your part.  So the Booster POD was a simple way to keep DD put at Granny’s house so everyone could eat in semi-peace.

My daughter also enjoys her Booster POD while watching TV.  Her and her other cousins (ages 5 & 9) were sitting in the POD just while wathing TV on the floor.  Although I don’t think it’s meant for kids that age, or not really meant for that reason, the kids were all quite and taking turns sitting in it and enjoying themselves, so I let them do their thing!

The Booster POD comes in 6 different colours and is great for toddlers (and even young children apparently).

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