This Stokke Clikk high chair (paid link) is fantastic! I am a big fan of Stokke already and have the Stokke Tripp Trapp High Chair (paid link). The Stokke Clikk high chair is a great travel & light weight version. It works great for home use too if you wanted to make this your primary high chair. However, it only goes up to 36 months or 33 lbs.

My favorite part about this high chair is everything comes apart and you can fit it all into their travel bag (paid link)! When put together it doesn’t take up much room either. It’s perfect for a home with a smaller dining space or apartment.

It’s also very easy to clean! The only downside is the Stokke Clikk high chair foot rest only has 2 adjustments. While the Stokke Tripp Trapp high chair goes beyond 36 months of age & your child can use it as a chair in the future (it can hold up to 300lbs!). You can read my review of the Stokke Tripp Trapp high chair here.

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Before baby starts solids it’s important to review how you know baby is ready to start solids & high chair safety. For instance: baby should not lean back + their hips & knees should both be at a 90 degree angle. You can find a thorough guide on all of that here with Solid Starts.

So with high chair safety in mind, you may need to put a book or something on top of the Stokke Clikk high chair foot rest so baby can easily rest their feet on it and achieve that 90 degree angle. The Stokke Tripp Trapp high chair has lots of adjustments so you can easily move the foot rest to your child’s height. It fit my son perfectly at 6 months!

Lastly the Stokke Clikk high chair also says there are no harmful substances/free from phthalates. Which is always a bonus when baby will be eating off of this!