High Chairs

Be sure to set your high chair up well before eating time. Because mealtimes can be very busy, it can be difficult to hold a baby and then deal with setting up the chair. Make a point to secure your child with a waist strap and a strap through the crotch area. Don't expect trays attached to the chair to keep your baby safe - use the security straps to secure your child. Also, don't put a high chair right up against the table as baby can push off the table with his/her feet and knock the chair over. A baby or toddler standing up in a high chair can topple it over or fall from it. Secure the safety latch on a folding high chair each time you assemble it and check the chair for hazards such as sharp parts.

 

More Baby Safety

Bathing

Carriers and Swings

Bedding

Electrocution

Changing Tables

Play Yards

Crib Toys and Pacifiers

Baby Walkers

High Chairs

Car Seats

Feeding

Carriages and Strollers

Portable Hook-On Chairs

Household Dangers

Gates and Enclosures

Suffocation and Strangulation

Full-Size Cribs

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