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Oxo Tot Perch Booster Seat Review & Bib Giveaway! {CLOSED}

Saturday, 10 December 2016

I absolutely love finding new products that I can use with the little ones, so of course when Oxo Tot got in touch I was thrilled! Make sure to read to the end for a giveaway too! Oxo are a brand I've actually seen a lot before. They create products for the home that are designed to make our lives easier.
"OXO Tot’s thoughtful solutions and innovative features help make it easier to grow, nurture and care for your little ones whether you’re at home or on the go."
I'm all for products that are designed to make my life easier - especially when it comes to the little ones. So I was excited to try them out! We were sent the Roll up Bib in a gorgeous grey colour, as well as the Perch Booster Seat in taupe.


The Perch booster seat arrived just in time. Parker is now 16 months and wanting to join in with activities more and more. He's always had to sit on mine or Jack's lap before, but now we can pop this on the chair and he can join in too! 

The seat folds out and features a backrest to support as well as a 3 point harness to keep little ones secure. The straps to attach to a chair are really secure and easy to use. Just pop out the foam seat, then adjust them by flicking up the clips, either pulling the straps through or loosening, then flick the clips back down. Easy!





You then simply press the button at the back to fold it back down. The handy slots at the bottom keep the straps all in place; so it can be stored away easily. The straps are also removable making the seat suitable for little ones up to 70lbs - this part Indie was thrilled with as she loves using it too.

I've attached it to a number of seats and it's really simple to use. I do think it could do with being a little higher, to give that extra boost. But that's probably the only negative I could find!



The Roll up bib is also a fab product - crumb catcher bibs are definitely an essential with little ones! The bib features a wide silicone pocket for catching the food, and then a fabric top to protect clothes and be gentle around the neck. 

My favourite feature is that it rolls and closes really small. Simply roll the material inside the pocket and secure with the little 'OXO' button. This makes it fab for weaning on the go! The definite down side of the product though is the fastening. Velcro isn't really tough enough to stop it being pulled off - Parker just gives it a tug and throws it on the floor a lot! This probably wouldn't be the case for younger babies though.



Fancy trying the bib for yourself? I've got a grey Roll up Bib to giveaway to one of you guys! Simply enter via the widget below to be in with a chance.


Disclosure - I received this item free of charge for the purpose of this review. However all opinions are honest and my own.

50 comments :

  1. I don't have any children but would love to win this prize for charity, to go to Romania.

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  2. nichola armstrong10 December 2016 at 16:45

    I always let my little ones decide how they ate sometimes finger picking is better than feeding them yourself with a spoon. I aways encouraged them with lots of happy voices etc.

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  3. I love the bowls which have separate compartments like in your picture, it makes food fun and lots of variety :)

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  4. the ikea full length sleeved bibs a MUST for weaning and preventing mess!

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  5. Lots of patience, smiles and a good spoon!

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  6. wet wipes & a broom to clear the floor!

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  7. Patience and cleaning equipment! :)

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  8. Has to be wet wipes and weaning pots so I can make more and freeze

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  9. Lots of wipes and easy clean equipment!

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  10. I don't have any children but my niece has little pots for freezing food and she has easy clean equipment, she loves using a spoon herself!

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  11. Ice cube tray for puree when small :)

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  12. my baby food blender

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  13. I don't have children but am entering this for my nephew. In my experience baby wipes and a muslin cloth are essential! There have been times when I've needed them!

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  14. plenty of plastic spoons as they keep getting thrown on the floor!!

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  15. Patience and lots of repetition
    They will always get there in the end

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  16. our splash mat came in very handy for saving the floor!

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  17. Baby spoon.

    Rachel Craig

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  18. plastic bowls and cutlery. they dot smash when thrown on the floor

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  19. Plastic bibs, so much easier to clean

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  20. my steamer/blender..perfect for making weening meals

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  21. a sense of humour!

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  22. Mine was a liquidiser, years and years ago

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  23. the ikea antilop high chair, doesn't take up too much room and easy to clean

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  24. Weaning pots are great for freezing food made up in bulk!

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  25. A big splash mat for the floor, especially if you have carpet. I learnt the hard way the first time around...!

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  26. Persevere and try lots of different foods

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  27. A bowl that grips to the highchair table so it doesn't end up on the floor and lots of bibs

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  28. Wipes to clean up afterwards!

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  29. I have a 6 month old grandson this would be perfect for when he visits

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  30. anything that can easily be wipes clean i do like the plates and trays with separate
    compartments for each piece of food they are great for finger foods

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  31. Suction Bowls, Wipes and Plastic Bibs!

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  32. Wet wipes and weaning pots.

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  33. Def the plastic bibs that can be wiped clean

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  34. My weaning essentials are a plastic floor mat, a suction bowl that stays attached to the highchair, lots of wet wipes and little freezable weaning pots.

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  35. let children do it at their pace don't rush

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  36. I always have plenty of baby wipes

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  37. A chunky spoon so baby can hold it whilst you feed them. They try yo do it themselves and I find its less hastle if they are involved

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