After we added our fourth child to our family, it dawned on me that with an 18 month age gap between her and my third child (my ALL BOY child who likes to run, climb and throw food), I would need two high chairs, or at least a booster seat for my son. In looking for a play yard on the Walmart site, I saw a set that includes a play yard, a bouncer and this high chair, the Ingenuity Trio. I don’t need all that, but the high chair popped up on my Facebook feed after that (eyeroll…they are always watching) and it showed this high chair taken apart into a toddler booster and a space saving high chair (the kind that straps on a chair). What the what?! I thought it was a genius idea! I ended up purchasing it on Amazon during a price drop coupled with my baby registry discount so it was a GREAT deal!!! I get excited about stuff like that.
This article originally appeared on my old blog, Townsley Times. If you came here looking for this particular article but thought you were going to a different site, never fear, you’re actually in the right place. 🙂
I ended up making a YouTube video with the bulk of my review since there are some things that are best demonstrated versus written. But, I forgot to mention a few things (this is my second YouTube video and I’m not really that great at ad libbing, so my list of talking points went right out the window, plus I can’t get my microphone to work so the sound quality is unfortunately not great!). Plus not everyone can watch with sound on so I figured I’d type it all up anyway.
You can watch my video review here, and find my full written review below it. (It has my old branding, just FYI.)
First, it is very easy to assemble. It took maybe 5 minutes. I will say the directions aren’t great, but it’s easy enough to figure out. Just pay attention to what goes where when assembling the legs.