Your baby hates sitting in High Chair??

Handling a growing toddler is the most challenging task for all mom's🤱. If you see someone doing it flawlessly, you might want to reach them out and ask for advice(that's what I feel like to do)🤣🤣.

But if you want the answer to how to get baby to sit in high chairs👶 when they refuse to do so.

Here I have 6 factors that you can consider.


If you are feeding your baby at a different time to the rest of the family, then she may see her mealtimes as somewhat lonely – and she will resist to have food.

You need to ensure that you give them enough company so that they do not feel lonely. Otherwise, that will make them feel bad, and your baby won’t sit in high chairs again.


If you are constantly repositioning your baby or if she is always sliding into an uncomfortable position when in her highchair, either consider in investing in a highchair or feed her on your lap.

Not hungry

If your baby not sit in high chairs while eating,(or standing like my daughter) then there are great chances that they are not hungry.

Grown kid

Your toddler grows faster than you expect, and their demands too. They start feeling older and do not want to continue eat in highchair, especially if they have an older sibling that moves around freely and eats.


Medha always wants her food and she wants it NOW, otherwise she’ll scream in her highchair and bang the table non-stop!

So I always be prepared and have the food ready;before;and put her in the highchair.


As all know..the child grows, they tend to be more interested in playing and crawling than sitting in one place.

No wonder if they feel uncomfortable to sit in one place for more than 15 minutes.

Happy parenting 😍

Let me know your views 😉 #highchair #highchairsafety

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