Hugaboo Review 'Baby Gift Guide'

Friday, January 31, 2014


Now that my little girl has, just turned 4 months old I want to make sure I am working with her as much as possible on developing back support for when she starts to sit up. I know she still have several months but it is always good to start as soon as they have good head support.  There are several different seats for our little ones on the market nowadays but finding one that offers comfort and support can be a little difficult to find. This is where the Hugaboo comes in. The Hugaboo was designed by a mother to give our little babies 360-degree support. It provides a comfortable, portable design that can be taken around the house wherever our babies can be able to observe their surroundings in complete comfort.  I am so happy I get to share with you this amazing product and share just how much my little girl and I both enjoy this product. 

• Upright seating position – helps stabilize your infant’s back, sides and legs while they learn to sit up
• 360ยบ of comfy support – safely wraps your baby in plush comfort as they observe their surroundings
• Attached seat bottom – prevents your infant from sliding onto the floor
• Lightweight and portable – easily provides your baby a safe place to sit in any room of the house
• The upright position also helps prevent against after-meal reflux.
• Two toy attachments – perfect for floor time activities that develop sensory and motor skills
• Washable fabric - cover can be spot treated for quick, easy cleaning
• Safety Tested - CPSIA, ASTM F963-11 and European Regulation 1907/2006 
The moment I received the Hugaboo (retail price $89.99) I knew immediately I was going to love this item when my little girl would have the chance to use it. When I first received it, Lillian was still just a little too little but once I gave her another month I was able to use the Hugaboo and really see what this seat truly offers. 

I love that this seat gives my little girl 360 degrees of comfort. There is not an opening around her to where she can fall forward or out to the side. The Hugaboo is very soft and it offers her a very cushy seat to learn to sit up in.  I really like that at four months she is able to sit in this seat and be comfortable because she is still at the age where she has very little to no balance sitting up and when she starts to fall to one side I know she is still comfy. 

I also like that the seat allows her to sit naturally on the floor without her little legs hanging down in the front like with some infant seats. The Hugaboo allows her to sit her little bottom on the actual floor with her feet flat out in front of her just like she will be sitting on her own when she is ready. The seat really helps in stabilizing her little body, arms and legs. 
The bottom also offers an attached seat cover to help keep Lillian in place without her sliding out. This is an amazing feature especially with her age sliding happens a lot. This really helps her stay in place. 
The toy attachments are perfect for adding some of her favorite little hanging toys onto. This helps in making her want to stay in the seat longer than other seats. This allows her toys to always stay within reach making sitting time much more fun for her. 

I have taken my Hugaboo with me around the house with ease as well as to my parents’ house when we are visiting. It is lightweight and perfect to take wherever we need to take it. 

I am happy with how the Hugaboo works. My little girl loves to spend hours a day in her Hugaboo watching her Dora and playing with her hanging toys. She is also learning how to balance her little body while she is having fun. 
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Where to purchase: You are able to make a purchase from the Hugaboo store on their website. 

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