We know there’s nothing more important than your baby’s health. We created a list of products to pair with your Upseat to fully support your baby’s development.
As a physical therapist, a common question parents (and grandparents) often ask me about is “why don’t PTs like seats?” It’s funny because as a PT, I always refer to seats or toys as “tools”. The tools to help your baby engage are just as important as when they are playing on the floor - why? Because of how our muscles and bones develop - specifically the pelvis area.
Choosing the best baby product for your little one can be an overwhelming task. With so many high chairs on the market, it’s difficult to make a purchasing decision. While many high chairs are available in fun colours, sleek designs, and attractive price points, few are actually designed to promote healthy development.
We’ve launched our latest product, the Upseat Boost! The Upseat Boost is an ergonomic booster seat that is suitable for toddlers and children ages 18 months to 5 years old.
Exersaucers, bouncers, and baby seats . . . Oh my!
Whether you’re pregnant, a new mom, or out shopping for your 2nd or 3rd kiddo, picking the right baby products can be overwhelming. Newer and fancier products seem to come out every year. My hope is to simplify the process and provide an objective review of Upseat’s baby seat through the lens of a Physical Therapist.
If you’re reading this, chances are you’ve now mastered that middle-of-the-night diaper change with stealth. You’ve likely determined just how much caffeine intake it requires to get through your day and settled into what will now be your new “normal”. Congratulations if you’ve made it through the Fourth Trimester! The fact that you’re here, reading this, tells me you are doing an amazing job taking care of your little love. They are so lucky to have you!
Here I outline when you should start practicing sitting up with your baby and how a booster or floor seat like the Upseat can help.
Today I had an “Ah ha moment”, and I just have to share it with you. Why? Because if you are anything like me, you research the heck out of everything that can remotely effect your baby in some way, shape or form. I’m going to save you some time here because let’s be honest… you could be using these hours to catch up on some much needed sleep, a shower, or just a simple breather.