How many chairs does your child really need? I know some of the families I’ve spoken to have tried three or four options by the time their child is six!
It’s about the age of three that children normally outgrow the standard non-adjustable high chair. But then what? Do you use a booster seat or pile up some cushions on an adult chair?
The problem is that neither of these options promote comfort or proper posture.
Your children’s feet dangle in mid air and there is little if any back support. So of course they fidget uncomfortably and develop a tendency to slouch. As one of my home-schooling moms said, “I had made foam cushions to boost the dining chair seat so that the kids could at least reach their dinner plate in the evenings, but there was more slipping and sliding than actual sitting.”
That’s why I am so pleased to have found the Enzi chair.
This is the only chair you need for your child. It will adjust as your child grows. Always providing support for the feet and support for the back. They can use the chair at the dining room table and at their desks.
The Enzi chair encourages proper sitting from the beginning – from weaning stage and throughout the school homework years.
It’s never too early or too late to get your child off to a good start with an Enzi chair. Please do chat to me if you are concerned about your child’s chair or posture.