Wednesday, July 10, 2013

Sponsor Review: Keekaroo Cafe Booster from PishPosh Baby

 I wrote this post while participating in a campaign by PishPosh Baby and will receive compensation to thank me for my time. All views and opinions with regard to the products or company itself are my own and were not influenced nor reviewed by the company prior to posting. I am disclosing this according to the FTC guidelines.  

  I have noticed that once your baby has transitioned into a toddler there is not as many "items" that you need to purchase. In fact you are supposed to be integrating your toddler into the adult world as much as possible. So you try to get them to use as many adult things as you can.
    You try to get them to use a real fork and spoon or any fork or spoon would be nice. You fill a nice new plastic cup just for them with their favorite beverage so they can practice drinking from a glass. They try to do it just like mommy and daddy, even though most of it ends up down their shirt. You start slowly transitioning them to sleep on their own in various different ways, perhaps their own crib, their own room or their own bed. Also, you try to transition your child from an infant highchair, to maybe a hook on type chair to a booster seat.

    We managed to skip the infant highchair since Xavier did not start eating until he was six months old and by then he could sit up very well on his own. Now, we have moved on to the booster seat.  I was very thankful to have been introduced to PishPosh Baby a wonderful sponsor of my blog. They have some amazing and unique baby items, including car seats, furniture, toys, feeding accessories and much more. I ordered a booster seat for Xavier when I noticed the hang on chair we had was really starting to sag in the material as he was getting heavier and heavier.  I settled on the Keekaroo Cafe Booster. It is adorable, lightweight (it only weights four pounds) and very well made booster seat. I was happy to see that on PishPosh Baby it received five stars.

    The Keekaroo Cafe Booster comes in cherry, lilac, lime, aqua, chocolate and pumpkin colors. I decided to get the lime to match Xavier's place mat (read review of place mat).  I called on the phone and the PishPosh mom was extremely helpful and quick, something every mom appreciates.
   A few days later we received the Keekaroo Cafe Booster seat. I was happy to find out that it is made in the United States of America and is very soft to touch. It has a latex free material that is guaranteed to be peel-resistant and tear-resistant. In fact the material works so well that food and drinks just remain on the surface of the booster seat. They wipe right off and never sink in no matter how much juice gets spilled on it. The Keekaroo Cafe Booster can be used on most dining room chairs and has a skip resistant textured bottom with security straps that go around the chair two different ways. It also has a three point safety belt buckle that holds your child in place and puts them right at table height.

    Xavier loved the seat right away. I was happy it was a cinch to set up and is lightweight. Now we can bring it anywhere we go. The cleaning of it is astounding to me. I have yet to see baby products with this material. I do not know what it is but every baby product should be made like this. It is so easy to wipe clean. If you have a little one who is about ready to transition out of their highchair or know someone who does, I highly recommend you checking out PishPosh Baby for their Keekaroo Cafe Booster.

You can purchase a Keekaroo Cafe Booster for around $59.99 and it comes in cherry, lilac, lime, aqua, chocolate and pumpkin. Check out this product and many other great products from PishPosh Baby! Check out their website and you can receive $10 off of your first order!

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