Rocking Chair. Wednesday , May 02nd , 2018 - 01:11:43 AM
Although the word ergonomic has been in the dictionary for many years it has become more frequently used in recent years. This is because the need for preserving space has become more prominent in many living and working environments and more people are also applying ergonomic criteria to their own furniture purchasing. Even the classic rocking chair has been added to the mix of ergonomic furniture selections.
A glider rocking chair is very similar to regular ones, but instead of just rocking back and forth, the chair has a gliding motion. The whole chair is hinged on gliders. This can make for an even more comfortable seat, but it means there are more moving parts and is therefore more easily broken. You'll have to decide if you like this kind better and if you do, if it's worth the higher risk of it breaking. Of course you can always repair it and that's not a problem.
First and foremost, you will need to know how tall your child is. If you are buying this as a gift, you can make a simple phone call to get that information. The child's height is important because you want them to be able to get in and out of the chair without assistance. Having their own chair builds their identity and independence, and being able to get in and out of it by themselves only fosters this. Generally speaking, mini rocking chairs are geared for 1 to 3 year olds and the seat height is around 10 inches. The next step up is a child size chair for 3 to 8 year olds, which usually has a height around 10.5-12.5 inches. If your child is on the taller side for his age, you might want to purchase the child size chair so they won't grow out of it too quickly.
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