We have had our Stokke Steps System for the last couple of month and have been using the Stokke Bouncer a lot you can read more about that over here.
2 month ago Molly-May started to get very curious and got very interested in checking out all the food so we decided its time for her to “join” us on the dining table whilst we are having our meal! She really enjoyed the view up there and it was brilliant for us to have her close by and actually enjoying a dinner with BOTH hands!
But watching wasn’t good enough for her and shortly after she joined us at the Dinner Table Madame decided lying down is getting boring and always tried to push herself forward every time we put her in the bouncer on to of her Stokke Steps so we decided to try her in the baby set of the highchair for the first time.
Her is Molly-May having her first taste of carrot at 5 1/2 Month old in her Stokke Steps
with the Baby Insert:
What we love on our Stokke Steps with Baby Insert:
Colour – I love the fact that the dark walnut legs go perfectly well standing next to Finns Trip Trap and the red Textiles go lovely with it.
3 Positions – The fact that the baby insert has got 3 different positions which you can use. The first position is from (around) 6 month to make sure the baby is secure, once it gets to snug after a few month you then can click the high back unit into a different setting and finally remove the high back in full to create a bigger seat and as a added bonus you can use the leftover space for storage i have her Bib and some disinfection wipes to clean the chair ever so often with.
The tiny little niggles we found with the Stokke Steps are:
Plastic – admittedly its not for everybody’s taste but then Stokke cant please them all, i was a bit sceptic first but i fallen in love with the round design of the Stokke Steps and think it looks great BUT i would love to see different colours in the future especially because i think the white might stain with a messy baby overtime and just because i love a splash of colour red plastic and dark walnut wooden legs would be my dream design for the Stokke Steps.
The Legs – not sure if its just clumsiness of my behalf or if our flat is really that small but i manage to kick my toe 3x and 2 individual guests did the same on the legs of the high chair because unlike the Tripp Trapp the Steps has got its leg facing out wide.
Here are some comparison pictures of the Stokke Tripp Trapp and the Stokke Steps with Baby Insert just to show you the difference:
We are currently using the Stokke Steps Tray to introduce Molly-May to baby led weaning i will update you soon how we are getting on with that!
Disclaimer: I have been send the Stokke Steps System for reviewing purposes, but all thoughts and opinions are mine.