Now is not the time to worry. Just take a look at your kid. See how much faith she places in you? She’s not a bit worried. She knows that at the end of the day you’re going to make the right choice when it comes to picking out her very first kids recliner. Or should that be one and only recliner because surely you’ll want to get a chair that’s tough and will last and outgrow your kid someday. Then she can give the chair to her kid, but don’t worry about that either.
Now is not the time. That day’s a long, long way off, although you wouldn’t think so at the rate the kid practices with her dolls. Make sure her recliner is just big enough for her to place some of her favorite friends beside her when they settle down to watch their cartoon network shows. Practically speaking, make sure the recliner’s big enough to last a few years at least. Let her grow up in the chair. And folks, stop worrying about the price.
Kid’s chairs and furniture cost a lot less than the adult living room, dining room and main en suite bedroom furniture. But make her feel like a big girl. Let her decide what chair she likes. She’s likely to be looking at colors and shapes. That’s a good thing. While she’s doing that you can hover your mouse to specifications to do with robustness and durability. Not that you have to worry about that either. She’s such a sweet angel; she’ll be sitting still most of the time anyway.
And listen carefully to what she says. Even though kids still say the darnest things.