I've considered simply getting a booster seat or a Phil & Ted's portable seat that attaches to the table, but I think Connor would really enjoy having his own "real" seat for meals and also to play in while I'm making dinner. Plus, it seems like feeding a baby in one of the Phil & Ted's might be hard because they are facing a different angle?
I'm also interested in the IKEA Antilop high chair which has received really positive reviews and is only $20. Yep, I did just say $20....how crazy is that? It's kind of minimal looking but a big positive is that food doesn't get stuck in crevices and it's $20.
I'm not sure why I'm so drawn to the space-agey look for high chairs but the Boon Flair is also kind of cool, though more pricey then the Joovy and it doesn't fold up.
And the Tripp Trap by Stokke is very popular, but to me seems better in theory then reality. It's concept is that it grows with the child and transitions from highchair to real chair through adulthood and provides a seat at the table for them when they are too big for their high chair but still too small for a real chair.