Last month’s Calgary’s Child Magazine included a product review we did on the ZOOPER Hook Chair. Check out page 4 of the September/October magazine to see this stylish, sturdy, must have travel item.
We rent them out as part of our Baby Equipment Rental Inventory at One Tiny Suitcase.
You can also take a closer look at the Zooper Hook Chair with our instructional video on You Tube!
I was at a swanky restaurant for lunch the other day (a rare occasion with no children). The meal was wonderful, my crab cake even came with a fresh crab claw positioned on top!
As I looked around the restaurant I noticed that there weren’t any other children around (this must be the power lunch crowd). Then a mother and her toddler arrived to join her husband for lunch. The server wheeled out what I thought was an antique. It turned out to be the Restaurant’s high chair! I don’t think I have seen a high chair that old in years. The mom was delighted when she saw the chair at the table and said, “Oh, they have one!”
I tried to google a picture of it but I think it must have been manufactured, pre-internet days.
Why is it that as parents were are just happy when a restaurant has a high chair? Why, when we are paying designer prices for our meal, do we not expect designer high chairs (or at least ones that conform to today’s safety standards?)
Ahhhhhhhhhhhh, if only I could change the world…my suggestion in the meantime- take along a ZOOPER Hook Chair. Clean, comfortable, safe and oh so chic!
I was recently having a conversation with some of my yummy mummy friends about trips they had taken over the summer with their babies. We were swapping stories about what worked, what didn’t, and of course what new products were out there to make it all easier!
One of the favorites that we all agreed on was the Hook Chair. I swear by the Zooper’s and they both used the Inglesina. There are a bunch of these chairs out on the market right now and they make eating ‘on the road’ so much easier.
A light weight, fold able, soft seat that hooks on to most tables and eating bars. One of the moms even said she prefers using it to a high chair because it allows her baby to sit close to everyone and be a part of the ‘dinner table’.
All I can say is Ebay-it! www.ebay.ca