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  • Danielle

    The Anywhere Chair turns a regular chair into a high chair. It rolls up to fit in a diaper bag, and is machine washable. Take it along when you visit Grandma or go to a restaurant. (Baby seat / portable fold-up chair.)

  • Abigail Bolin

    The Anywhere Baby Chair turns a regular chair into a high chair. It rolls up to fit in a diaper bag, and is machine washable.

  • Kelsey Brust

    The Anywhere Chair turns a regular chair into a high chair. It rolls up to fit in a diaper bag, and is machine washable. Take it along when you visit Grandma or go to a restaurant. There are lots of good kid sewing tutorials on this site!

  • Isa Pérez

    Baby shower gift - The Anywhere Chair turns a regular chair into a high chair. It rolls up to fit in a diaper bag, and is machine washable. Take it along when you visit Grandma or go to a restaurant. - Click image to find more DIY & Crafts Pinterest pins

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