(Review by Life’s Tiny Miracles – www.lifestinymiracles.com)
It’s common talk that with the 2nd (and subsequent) child, parents tend to be less uptight. After all, we’ve been there, seen that, bought the baby dress/cot/car seat, etc. and are all ready to go on the recycle mode with the arrival of the 2nd/3rd/4th child.
For us, that couldn’t be more true. Especially since the opportunity to adopt Alexander came literally overnight and we were caught unprepared. So, imagine my pleasant surprise when one day I came home from work and there, sitting in the living room is a stunning STOKKE Steps High Chair. I did what any Daddy would do – I lifted it up and remembered exclaiming ‘Whoa! What high chair is this?’
You see, while our first child Dana, had the benefit of using a brand new high chair from the giant Swedish furniture brand, holding and lifting the STOKKE Steps up won me over. Made of durable European beech wood (the same great wood that the famous Stokke Tripp Trapp is constructed from), it is solid and sturdy without being overly bulky or heavy. While there is time and space for lighter products, a high chair is not something you’d want to be light as it should be stable enough to hold the weight of a growing and lively child, much like Alexander.
Read the full review at http://www.lifestinymiracles.com/2015/03/stokke-steps-high-chair-not-all-things-are-created-equal/.