I'll give you a Kaboost

We recently learned about this extremely useful product called Kaboost. Fortunately, my toddler is right at the age where this unique product would come in very handy (20 mos to 6 yrs). She likes to get up and down herself and doesn't like to be strapped into a high chair.

Meet Kaboost.

Your little big kid will no longer feel like he or she has to be the oddball sitting in a baby chair. They will magically seem to fit right in at the dinner table with the other big kids and adults. What a great feeling of independence for them!

The Kaboost comes in three snazzy colors: green (pictured above), chocolate (pictured below) and natural. This fantastic invention folds up nicely so you can take it with you on the go.

It has an adjustable spring system and two height positions that help it fit snuggly under most kitchen and dining room chairs. We've been using ours for about a week now. I tried to get Hailey to sit in her booster seat today due to lack of room at the dining room table and she wouldn't have it. She wanted to sit in the big kid chair like her mommy. I would have to say that this product deserves the MTW Seal of Approval.

We're heading out for the holiday weekend and Kaboost will be joining us on the road. I'm anxious to hear what kind of response we'll get to this compact chair booster.

Kaboost retails for $39.95 (money well spent, if you ask us.) and is coming to a store near you very soon.


We're delighted to have a Kaboost to give away (color green) to one lucky MTW reader! To enter, please leave a comment on this post with your name and email address (please, because blogger profiles are occasionally set to private). We'll pick a winner on Thursday, September 6th at 10:00 pm CST.

Good luck!

Peeps are talkin'!

See what these other fine folks are saying about Kaboost:

~ Mod*Mom
~ Coochicoos
~ Mommy Poppins
~ Swissmiss
~ One Chic Mama

*If you stop by their sites, make sure you tell them that "The Mums" sent ya! =)

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Anonymous said...

reposting this as I goofed:

I would like to win this! I have some little ones that could use a boost up.


lauraw68 @ yahoo.com

miriama said...

Our house could really use this!

jenna said...

This is an ingenious idea. Enter me please. (blogger has my email)

Andrea said...

Yes...what a SUPERB idea! (My email is on my blog account as well). :) Thanks for another great contest!

Anonymous said...

Such a wonderful idea.. My young one would love this...


wiicked13 @ Yahoo.com

Tiffany G said...

I love this..this is exactly what I need:)

Stephanie Wilson she/her @babysteph said...

Oh my gosh, I've never heard of that! What a great idea!!


Anonymous said...

This looks great! We could really use one.

Anonymous said...

What an awesome idea! This is the kind of thing that makes you wonder, "Why didn't I come up with this?" Ha ha! NO kid wants to sit in their booster seat...take it from an ex-waitress.


Haydee said...

Great product..love the green too.

lace said...

I have been looking at these and wondering if these would work better than using a stool on the chair like we have been. I like the brown color but green would be great too.

lacelk [at] sbcglobal [dot] net

Doreen said...

Would love to win this!! Love the Chocolate one the most but I guess green will do the same work...LOL...:)Awesome!! purposedrivenlife4you [at] gmail.com

we are reilly said...

COOL! This would make any little person feel 'all grown up' at the dinner table!

Unknown said...

Neat product. Love the green color, too.

bethany said...

I really want this!!

Rebecca said...

This is so cool. My son has outgrown his booster seat - according to him at least. So he's always sitting on his knees at the table. What a great idea!

beccalynn613 (at) yahoo.com

MJ Tam said...

awesome product! we love ours!

Maude Lynn said...

Now, this is interesting!


Ladybug said...

Genious! I wish I had thought of it. I have a little girl who REALLY needs this. She insists on sitting in a big girl chair and she is so very small! :)

ydsddd said...

I could really use this

Shauna said...

This is a great idea!

shaunarum at gmail dot com

Anonymous said...

Pls pick me pretty pretty pls.


Anonymous said...

One of my siblings is having their first baby ~ they will need this! What a perfect thing for them!


mAsOn & tErrI's mOm said...




JewelsHud said...

This looks wonderful. I have a little guy who is just between sitting in his high-chair and sitting in a big chair and he is SO wanting to move over . . . this would really help! Thanks for the giveaway!


Qtpies7 said...

I saw this on Modmom's and it is really a great product. What I don't like about boosters is that the food collects under there. Either the booster is not securely strapped in so you can easily clean it, or you have to unstrap it each time you feed your child, or let the food turn to cement under the seat.
Kaboost will eliminate that problem! I will easily be able to see the food on the chair and wipe it up lickity-split!

my email is qtpies5 at msn.com

shakerbaby said...


CrystalGB said...

This is great. My neice is at an age where this would work great for her.

Crystal816 at hotmail.com

CPA Mom said...

I have seen these all over the blogosphere and would love to win one!


cpamomva at hotmail dot com

mamashawna said...

Boy I sure would have loved this when my triplets were little. I was so hard to create a family dining feeling whle trying to cozy up three clunky highchairs to the dining table!

mamashawna said...

Boy I sure would have loved this when my triplets were little. I was so hard to create a family dining feeling whle trying to cozy up three clunky highchairs to the dining table!


Donna said...

What a neat idea!

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Anonymous said...

I would totally love this! My daughter loves to sit at the table, but she can't quite see over the edge.


Anonymous said...

oh, COOL. my toddler needs this!


Anonymous said...

That is so neat!


Robin said...

Cool! I was just thinking about using this device for my kids at our piano. We don't have a bench, so we're using folding chairs.. which aren't high enough. This would be great for all of them!

Robin said...

it's me again, posting my email addy: rmhorrigan@hotmail.com

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