Give Little Kids a Lift with Luv Chicken Cushions

This stylish kid's booster seat outsources phone books once and for all.
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Too big for a highchair, too little to reach the table? In the old days, sitting on a phone book would do the trick, but now, we reach for a Luv Chicken booster cushion. Created by Renton mom and graphic designer Ann Hurley, these lightweight, 4-inch-tall square wonders are covered in vinyl-coated cotton and come in five darling patterns with contrasting sides. A handle makes it easy to tote; a non-slip bottom holds it firmly in place, whether at the dinner table, the movies or at the piano.

$45. Available at Tottini in South Lake Union or online at luv-chicken.com

 

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