One can certainly appreciate the direction in which the design of infants' accessories is going, but there's something appealing about the Babylounge, which demonstrates one divergent priority. While plenty of baby seats are morphing into lightweight contraptions of convertible tubular steel, this one is manufactured with a full and broad base that makes it significantly less portable.
But Eric Jourdan's product is best kept at home; think of it as a tiny couch for your tot. Its wide and wonderfully cushioned bottom guarantees that it will not collapse and that it will remain safely planted upon the floor. And without requiring arched tracks underneath, the Babylounge's form allows it serve as a little rocking chair. Even if you don't travel with this small oscillating sofa, it promises reliability and incredible comfort.