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Eddie Bauer Classic Wooden High Chair - HC091SNWA

We bought the Eddie Bauer wood high chair as our primary high chair for everyday use in our kitchen. I simply could not bear to look at anymore plastic/primary colors, as they're overrunning our house! And I'm somewhat glad I did, because this chair has many redeeming qualities. Firstly, it's solidly made, of attractive, sturdy wood. It's also got a plush padded seat, and it's weighted well so it would be very difficult for a child to tip this chair over. I also really like the adjustable tray seat, it's easy to attach, remove, adjust and clean. The biggest drawback to this particular seat is really the weight/bulk of the piece of furniture. It's heavy! And hard to move, and takes up quite a bit of space. It's also a little more difficult to clean than an all-plastic chair would be, and I've noticed that it does leave little scuff marks on our wooden floor (we've since put felt bottoms on the four legs).

When looking for a high chair, I looked at all different kinds and when I saw the Eddie Bauer wood high chair, I thought it was the best looking by far. Its wood frame fits in with most kitchen and dining room tables nicely. The cover is removable and washable. The velcro tabs make it easy to put back on the chair. The straps used to hold the toddler in are a little awkward and hard to strap around the legs and waist at times. When your toddler gets a little bigger it is hard to get them in and out of the chair. It is also a little hard to clean between the slats. However, the removable tray makes for easy cleaning. The top removable tray is even easier to clean but can be taken off by toddlers. The storage area in the back of the chair is good for storing bibs and other small things. The frame is sturdy and seems to stand the test of time. Overall, this is a great buy especially if you are looking for a high chair that fits in with the rest of your decor and don't mind a few inconvenient features for appearance.

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When I was registering for a high chair, I was determined to get a classic, wooden chair. I wanted quality. I wanted something that would blend in with my house. I didn't think as a practical mom because I had never been a mother at that point. I'm not sure why I didn't listen to my mom who had experienced four kids before. The wise woman looked at me and said, "Buy a plastic one. It's easier to clean."

Of course, after two and half decades of ignoring her, I continued on the same path. I should have known better. When she'd said boys weren't good enough for me she was right. When she'd said to take a sweater, she had been right. And when she said I'd regret not getting a plastic high chair, she was right too.

First of all, a note to would-be mom's out there. Forget trying to buy baby items for your house that will blend into the decor. After the Exersaucer, Thomas train set and spit-up-on shirt you will no longer worry about your house not looking like kids live there. They do. That's the facts. Get over them. Once in a great while, when you stay up all night to accomplish the task, you will clean your house and fill your closets with toys so that you can have a dinner party for adults. The other 364 days of the year, it will be obvious that you are a mom. Plastic high chairs can go into hiding that one night. The Eddie Bauer wooden high chair won't be clean enough to put anywhere else.

This chair allows your little angel to find crooks and cranny's you didn't know it had to stuff mac-n-cheese into. You need to use toothpicks to get the gunk out. The tray is not easy to use. I know the box says it's designed for one-hand use. Unless you can palm a basketball, you won't be able to use this feature. The harness is a pain, the tray discolored after two washes in my dishwasher (and I clean my diswasher every two weeks), and the seat pad basically disintegrated in my washer... on gentle. I hate this classic seat. It is the bane of my clean house existence.

Do yourself a favor. Get over the fact that a plastic seat may look like it came out of a diner. Get over the fact that your table is wood and it horribly clashes. Plastic is so much easier to clean, and you want your child eating in a clean chair afterall.

We bought the Eddie Bauer wood high chair as our primary high chair for everyday use in our kitchen. I simply could not bear to look at anymore plastic/primary colors, as they're overrunning our house! And I'm somewhat glad I did, because this chair has many redeeming qualities. Firstly, it's solidly made, of attractive, sturdy wood. It's also got a plush padded seat, and it's weighted well so it would be very difficult for a child to tip this chair over. I also really like the adjustable tray seat, it's easy to attach, remove, adjust and clean. The biggest drawback to this particular seat is really the weight/bulk of the piece of furniture. It's heavy! And hard to move, and takes up quite a bit of space. It's also a little more difficult to clean than an all-plastic chair would be, and I've noticed that it does leave little scuff marks on our wooden floor (we've since put felt bottoms on the four legs).