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Seat holds baby and iPad

aptivity seat

For when your child is too young to carry around a tablet but you still would like to have them view one on occasion: The “Apptivity” seat secures an iPad above the child’s head — and inside a case to “protect it from dribbles and drool,” says Fisher-Price.

What should a baby use an iPad for? Fisher-Price provides free custom apps: some with black and white images to enhance visual skills; soothing apps with nature scenes; and learning apps.

And for when the screen doesn’t hold the tot’s attention, there are also toys to bat at on the removable bar above.

The seat has 3-point restraints for safety, reclines to three adjustable positions, and the seat pad and head support are removable and machine-washable. There are also easy adjustments to extend the use from newborn to toddler.

It’s $75 here. (Affiliate link.)