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Published: Monday, October 29, 2012, 12:44 p.m.

Bring your toddler to dinner, leave the mess

  • The Tidy Table Tray Flexi-Diner means toddlers can eat at the table. Perfect for holidays and Grandma's house.

    The Tidy Table Tray Flexi-Diner means toddlers can eat at the table. Perfect for holidays and Grandma's house.

Just in time for Thanksgiving, here's a device that brings toddlers to the table and avoids the high chair hassle. Besides nobody has phone books anymore to boost little bottoms.
The Tidy Table Tray Flexi-Diner clips onto the dining table so Mom or Dad can sit at the adult table and still monitor the child.
The design aims to keep kids, kids' clothes and the floor clean.
The tray insert is easy to remove for cleanup and the whole thing clips easily onto most tables. It is also BPA free, phthalate free and dishwasher safe.
The tray sells for $39.99 is available at Babies R Us and online at Amazon.
Herald staff
Story tags » Dining

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