Sit-Me-Up Floor Seat

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Sit-Me-Up Floor Seat

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$39.99

This easy-fold, portable infant seat helps your baby sit up and play!

The Fisher-Price® Sit-Me-Up Floor Seat is relaxing for your baby and so convenient for you! Its soft fabrics and wide base help support your little one comfortably as you sit them up to interact with the world around (Hello, world!). And the best part? It folds flat—making it easy to store or take with you on the go! Your little one will love the fun linkable toys, and you'll love how easy it is to clean—just remove the seat pad and pop it in the washing machine!

Where development comes into play™

Security & Happiness: A comfy and supportive upright seat on a wide, sturdy base lets your baby see and interact with their surroundings (and you!).

Curiosity & Discovery: Two linkable toys keep your little one entertained at home or on the go.

Gross Motor: Reaching for the toys and pulling them up to play encourages gross motor development.Use only with a child who is able to hold head up unassisted and who is not able to climb out or walk.

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This easy-fold, portable infant seat helps your baby sit up and play!

The Fisher-Price® Sit-Me-Up Floor Seat is relaxing for your baby and so convenient for you! Its soft fabrics and wide base help support your little one comfortably as you sit them up to interact with the world around (Hello, world!). And the best part? It folds flat—making it easy to store or take with you on the go! Your little one will love the fun linkable toys, and you'll love how easy it is to clean—just remove the seat pad and pop it in the washing machine!

Where development comes into play™

Security & Happiness: A comfy and supportive upright seat on a wide, sturdy base lets your baby see and interact with their surroundings (and you!).

Curiosity & Discovery: Two linkable toys keep your little one entertained at home or on the go.

Gross Motor: Reaching for the toys and pulling them up to play encourages gross motor development.Use only with a child who is able to hold head up unassisted and who is not able to climb out or walk.

Read More

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