When you’ve got kids screaming, food boiling over and about 10 minutes before the school bell rings, we understand the urge to plop your baby in her high chair, forgetting about the straps and harnesses this time. But new stats published today in the Clinical Pediatrics journal may cause you to think twice before assuming your little one will stay put.
A national study finds that between 2003 and 2010, injuries caused from incidents involving high chairs and booster seats were up more than 22 percent, NBC News reports.
High Chair Injuries On the Rise: Is Your Child Safe?
Excellent reminder to always use those harnesses!