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Luv Chicken Booster Seat Product Review

Full Disclosure: I received products free of charge for the purpose of providing a review. My opinions are completely my own based on my experience.

I know what you are thinking - what is a Luv Chicken? :) Well other than a a really cute name, it's also a really great product. It's a booster seat that isn't like your traditional booster seat. It is designed to cover the entire chair. I love this part since our other hard plastic booster seat was missing a strap and it would tip over. The Luv Chicken has a non-slip bottom. It's easy to carry (Lil Man carried it himself wherever he needed it to go). It's easy to toss into the car if you need it while visiting friends or family. It would also be great (I think) to use at the movie theater. We still haven't taken Lil Man to the theater this year; so I didn't test it there. But I would imagine it would probably work well there also.

It's cute. It comes in several designs. And for me, most of all, it's easy to clean and wipe up. Our first meal that we used the Luv Chicken, we had spaghetti. Yep, I decided if I was going to test this product (and it claimed that it cleaned up well), I might as well put it to the test. And we did.

And the verdict.... drum roll please..... the spaghetti sauce, and yogurt, and ice cream, and apple juice and other foods that we'e had, actually wiped right off.

My overall opinion of the Luv Chicken Booster Seat? We love it. I would definitely recommend it to family and friends. And honestly, since the day we received it, we've used it every day.

You can see a little more about the Luv Chicken here in this video.

The Luv Chicken is a great product that does exactly what it claims to do. We love our Luv Chicken Booster Seat.

Full Disclosure: I received products free of charge for the purpose of providing a review. My opinions are completely my own based on my experience.

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  1. Looks like a great item... :-) Wish I had little ones to test it on!

  2. That looks really nice. Will check this out for my little guy.

  3. So great to have a cute product that is also functional!

  4. What a great unique item for the kids.

  5. What a great product! I wish they had it when my kids still used boosters.

  6. TY! going to tell my granddaughter about this (her baby is due in November)

  7. Oh my gosh this is so cute! I love that it solves a problem so many households have, but that they do it in style.

  8. This is a smart idea for a booster seat.. Shared on Facebook.

  9. Great idea! I can't think of how many times we have gone to a restaurant, game, theater, etc. and my son has been frustrated because he can't see.


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