fisher-price sit-me-up

10 Reasons Moms Love the Fisher-Price Sit-Me-Up

Whether it’s in swings, car seats or bassinets, newborns are on their backs A LOT.

Of the many new mom anxieties I had, one of them was my baby getting a pancake head. Once 3 months rolled around, I couldn’t wait to find her something that would sit her up, help her with her head control and give her a new view of the world.

So, as any first-time mom does, I took to the internet, scouring over hundreds of product reviews. I found a couple of options but ended up settling on the Fisher-Price Sit-Me-Up Floor Seat for two main reasons: you can use it starting at 3 months and it has enough back, neck and head support (crucial for those wobbly little bobbleheads)

But, if you’re like me and want to know ALL the reasons why a product is worth it, here they are:

  1. Affordable, around $35.
  2. Helps them learn how to hold their head up with proper support.
  3. Perfect hangout spot for them while you shower, get ready, cook, eat dinner, etc.
  4. Washable fabric seat.
  5. The seat is easy to take on and off.
  6. Comfortable, most babies love chilling in this chair.
  7. Removable tray. We used ours to prop up books/toys.
  8. Lightweight.
  9. Compact, can be collapsed for easy storage.
  10. Can be used as a high chair in that transition phase if you’re not quite ready to buy a high chair.

We have the giraffe one, which definitely is a little loud looking if you know what I mean… However, they recently released some simpler, more millennial-pleasing designs. I’ve linked to those here.

Would I buy it again? Yes!

fisher-price sit-me-up

fisher-price sit-me-up

fisher-price sit-me-up


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