Sit-Me-Up Floor Seat Review (Fisher-Price)

Sit-Me-Up Floor Seat
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What It Is

Babies can sit, kick, and play in the Fisher-Price Deluxe Sit-Me-Up Floor Seat. It’s a supportive, upright seat with a soft fabric monkey motif. Designed for babies who can hold their heads up unassisted, this seat lets a baby see, and interact with the world around them. It features a sturdy base, and a floor pad with two foot pads for a baby to kick to activate squeaker sounds. The soft, comfortable seat keeps baby secure, and has two linkable toys for playing. There’s a frog rattle with a rollerball, and arms and legs to grasp, and a set of teething clackers. The cute, and functional seat offers parents a break from holding their little one, and allows baby to watch their older siblings play, their parents cook, and more, all why keeping baby entertained. It folds up easily for storage or travel, and the pad is removable, and machine washable. This item has a weight limit of 25 lbs and should no longer be used once a baby is old enough to stand or climb out. 

Is It Fun?
This seat offers babies both support, and entertainment. They can kick the floor pad, play with the toys, or just sit and observe the world around them. The soft monkey design is cute, and comfortable. The seat offers parents a break from holding their baby, while allowing baby to watch their siblings play, their parents cook, or anything else. Great for travel, it folds up easily to take on the go. Parents will also appreciate that the pad is removable, and machine washable so it is easy to keep clean. 
Who It’s For
This seat was designed for babies who can hold their heads up unassisted, and has a weight limit of 25 pounds. Parents should stop using this once their baby can stand or climb out of the seat.
What To Be Aware Of
The Fisher-Price Deluxe Sit-Me-Up Floor Seat folds up for storage or travel. The pad part of the seat is removable, and can be machine washed. This item has a weight limit of 25 pounds, and should no longer be used once a baby is old enough to stand or climb out. 
AT A GLANCE:
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  • Assembly & Instructions

    None or Very Easy