"Simple to clean, smaller footprint than a high chair, and can be used longer. Can be easily removed if the chair is needed, or to take the booster with you. Child can sit at the table with the family. Nice colors. The snap-on second tray is useless though, my son figured out how to remove it the first time we used the booster, so don't spend extra money for that feature."
"Get the shortest ones you can find. These are easy for baby to use because they don't have to be tipped as far to get water. These are great to use at home, but they do drip a bit, so you won't want to carry them around in your diaper bag!"
"Also comes in stainless steel. Almost leakproof, safe for diaper bags. Better than the adult bottle, because of a different design that makes the bite valve baby safe. Also makes a good teething toy!"
"A little pricey, but here is what I like about them: PVC free. No cloth trim (cloth trim means you have to wash after every feeding). These are also the only ones that fit my son's skinny neck, and even then we have to put a newborn size cloth bib under it to keep his clothes clean."
"This is WAY better than the first one I had, which was bulky and fussy and hard to use. It works on restaurant high chairs as well as shopping carts, and once you've done it a couple of times it's quite easy to use."
"While I am a big fan of making your own baby food, these food pouches are great for stashing in the car/diaper bag/stroller. That way, if you are out longer than expected you can give your baby a quick snack. Don't forget to buy these in bulk through "Subscribe and Save" to get a discount."