The Better Toddler Chair - Guaranteed! If you don’t agree return it for a full refund. Also available in a larger size for children +4 years old.
Why we believe the Little Reader is the best chair for your little one:
•Stability: Thanks to the wide-base, angular construction and premium materials the Little Reader does not topple over like many lower quality foam chairs.
•Bounces not Bruises! Because foam chairs have no hard frames or corners, occasional stumbles into the chair result in bounces not bruises.
•100% Comfort! 100% High Density foam has the perfect balance of softness and support (like a premium mattress). No lumpy stuffing, no uncomfortable wood frames or springs. Just 100% comfort.
•Built to last. Furniture grade (not T-shirt grade) cover is made from premium micro-suede. The cover has reinforced seems for added durability. And…with no wooden frames, feet or springs there is nothing to break.
•Portability. It is feathery light and has a handle so your little one can tote this chair to their favorite spot. Quiet time, to story time, to movie time and back again!
•Ergonomically perfected. Just the right size to give the proper support for little ones, with wider contoured seat and arm rests.
•Bonus Features. Handle for carrying and large side, easy-access pocket for books and other favorites.
•Easy Maintenance: Machine washable cover.
•Style: Contemporary styling in playful color combinations.
•Value: Pound-for-pound and cost-to-quality, this may be the best chair you ever own.
Overall these are the best toddler chairs you will find in the market.
There is no feeling in the world like bringing home your newborn baby; intense joy and love is matched only by the intense worry that you’re providing the best environment for your precious bundle. Providing a nurturing and stimulating environment is the key to unlocking your child’s greatest potential. Here at P’kolino we’ve compiled a list of toys and furnishings appropriate for your baby at every stage of child development, to guide you a little bit through the process :).