I would. I noticed that with my daughter, when I had her in a high chair, she focused more on her food.
If she was able to run around while eating, she would. So the high chair not only helped her eat more, which is often a challenge, it also kept the floor a lot cleaner!
Yes I like wood, specially if it goes with your other furniture, They are also durable and easy to clean when there is a mess. One that is adjustable is good. I have a hub about stokke chair. Little bit expensive.
I'm not a big fan of wooden high chairs because it can get hard to clean if you don't deal with any mess right away. I prefer plastic high chairs because they are easier to clean.
I actually prefer the heavy duty plastic because it is easier to clean.
I don't have a wooden one because there was not any made from wood in the baby store when I went to buy one. I chose mine because of it's size. I have a small dining area so I wanted one which was relatively small. Some of the newer models seem to take up way too much space.
Thanks for your answers!
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