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Silver Cross Doodle

Silver Cross's Doodle Offers Longevity in a High chair

We spend so much time researching baby gear that we often don't see the forest through the trees. Most of the products are used for such a short period of time that before we know it, they are sent to storage until another tot is ready to use it. Silver Cross, the British company best known for its celeb-endorsed prams, is introducing a new solution to the time-sensitive high chair. The Silver Cross Doodle Chair ($220), which is set to hit stores this month, quickly and easily converts from a high chair to a tot-sized table and chairs with little more than a few clicks. As a high chair, the Doodle features a five-point harness system, wipeable cushions, and an adjustable seat. Once transformed into a play table, it has an underneath storage tray and detachable crayon and pencil cups. With its clean modern lines and neutral color options, the Doodle may be the ideal solution to baby gear that grows with your lil one.

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Kimmie_D Kimmie_D 7 years
Where will this be available for purchase? Right now it's only in the UK
smileyface smileyface 7 years
That is such a neat idea. And the fact that you can get so much use out it is totally worth the cost.
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