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cut them and resew them to fit, making sure you reinforce any changes you make to the straps

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How do you turn the high chair into booster seat?


I went to the site for this product, and from what I can see from the pictures posted there,
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3. You adjust the angle of the inner seat so the toddler will be sitting in an upright position, and
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