Another vote for the Keekaroo. I ordered it for DGD2 when she was 6 mo old, and finally got to see it 'in action' during a recent visit. My DGD2 is now almost 9 months old and has been using it constantly.
The things I like about it:
- It looks like regular furniture rather than baby gear -- I got the darker wood finish and it blends right in with their dining room.
- Like the Tripp Trapp, it is adjustable and can be used for years, but is a good bit cheaper.
- The infant insert looks very comfy and supportive -- it's like a Bumbo made to fit the high chair.
- The tray seems easy to remove/adjust (I could never master the old Graco they had for DGD1), and has a snap-on plastic liner that's easy to clean.
The thing that could be better...:
- The holes that the seat belt threads through, in the infant insert, are large enough that food can fall through. The first time I removed the insert for cleaning, I was surprised at how much was there, but it was easy to remove/clean/re-insert. Whenever DGD2 outgrows the need for the baby insert, this shouldn't be an issue, and in the meantime, the pluses definitely outweigh the minuses.
DGD2 isn't old enough to really test the stability of the Keekaroo, but it seems quite stable. By the way, this seems to be one of those items whose price is the same almost everywhere. When I ordered it, Sears was having a very small sale on it, but at least I got a few Sears rewards points...