This past week we retired our daughters' high chair. It was strange to see it go into storage... this chair has been with us for the past 3yrs. I still remember the day we ordered it, I was 7 months pregnant and we hit up the baby store with my in-laws. We ordered her entire bedroom set, everything else we needed, and more. As a gift from our in-laws they bought us a high chair (really contemporary but fits our house) and a baby monitor (it had a camera and we could actually see her on the monitor). My father-in-law loves gadgets so of course he bought us the latest and greatest. The Bloom high chair was unique in the fact it could be used from 6-36 months (it had 3 different stances). So many memories were made in that high chair, her first tastes of fruits & vegetables, learning how to feed herself, to even being able to directly use the dining room table and eat like everyone else. I know it's just a high chair, but it's also a phase of life passing. Some of my friends are finished having kids or never plan on having kids, but I at least have the hope that we'll be doing this all over again. It is such a strange thing a woman goes through, despite the complaining, endless supplies, and lack of sleep, you miss it and want to do it all over again. So, it's not goodbye Bloom high chair, it's until next time!