MyLittleSeat: The Sling Style Travel High Chair

Feeding your tot while on-the-go can be a challenge. Now parents can relax at any dinner table, with this cool, new high portable high chair. MyLittleSeat is the ultimate infant high chair for traveling with baby in tow. Whether you use it every day at home, out for lunch with friends or jetsetting around the world, this super cute and trendy seat will make your life so much easier and always get you noticed!

MyLittleSeat is designed with safety in mind and incorporates a 5 point harness along with it’s extra reinforced seaming and is safety tested for strength and durability. Baby will love sitting along with you at the table like everyone else! Sling it over a round or square back chair – it sets up in seconds and of course is machine washable. Suitable from 6 months+ or when your baby can sit unassisted.

We love how compact it is, easily folding up into the size of a diaper with its own matching bag. It’s perfect for vacations and getaways, trips to grandma and grandpa’s house, visiting friends and family who don’t have kids, or if you have space limitations at home.

The parent company, My Little Years, was started by Stephanie Collins, a young mom and fashion designer. Soon after the company was formed, Stephanie enlisted the help of her husband, Tim, to assist with sales and marketing efforts. Being new parents who travel quite often, Stephanie and Tim were often overwhelmed with all the additional baggage necessary while traveling with an infant. They would often secure their baby to a seat for meals with whatever was on hand. With inspiration from her grandmother who used to secure her children to adult chairs using towels, they made multiple trial versions of a compact, fabric, baby sling style harness that secures an infant to an adult chair – and after lots of trials and experimentation, My Little Seat was born!

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