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Thread: got my new (folding, easier to hide) high-chair!

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    toujoursbb

    Wink got my new (folding, easier to hide) high-chair!

    Finally!
    here it is!
    take a look!
    toujoursbb

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    And where does one acquire such a wonderful object?

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    toujoursbb

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    Yes, very cute and cool. Fell good in it. Of course I feel naturally well when I can live babyishly, so it's perhaps not for everyone...
    Had it custom made by a guy who makes furniture and adult baby furniture in his home, here in Quebec (Province).
    He worked on the folding chair project a while as this was not obvious. My previous high chair was a bit too big and could not use it often as it was some adventure to hide it and use it.
    here is the link: http://www.michel-artisan-menuisier.com/abdl.html
    I had the babyish cushions (seat and back) custom made by a nice lady in the USA.
    regards toujoursbb

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