Time indoors means you need seating for all — soft seating choices for kids

If you’ve been spending as much time indoors as we have lately, simply because the weather is getting cooler in the evening and it’s definitely getting darker earlier, it’s probably been a little hectic with everyone in the house at the same time. Plus with all the playdates we’ve been having and entertaining — it’s been hard to get everyone seated at the same time. So now I’m on the hunt for more seating for the little ones. Plus, kids love it when they have a seat all to themselves. Think movie nights too…playing drive-in is one of our favorite Friday night activities and I think it will be so much easier with one of these chairs…

In the cooler months, I always long for something cheery and bright — these stools perk up any room decor! Havana Stools, $88, at serenaandlily.com.

Is anyone out there as poof crazy as me? Love these soft Square Chairs, $65, at serenaandlily.com.

You cannot go wrong with a traditional bean bag chair — and I love that you can personalize it with their name. No confusing who’s is who’s…Anywhere Bean Bag Chairs, $129, at potterybarnkids.com.

Kids need to rest their toesies too — what’s better than a seat with an ottoman?! Nod Chair and Noddoman Ottoman, $129 and $49, at landofnod.com.

¬†Seating should be fun and stackable…so how about the Silly Soft Seating from Pkolino, $49.99, at oompa.com.

Or why not just take off your shoes, put on the pjs and have a slumber party with the Sofa Sleeper, $179.99, at target.com.

Which one is your favorite?


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Christine Fox is Everyday Mama to two and a San Diego-based freelance writer and PR pro. She loves everything that has to do with shopping, baby gear and being the talk of the playgroup when she finds the perfect shirt and diaper bag. Her philosophy is simple: that being a mom does not mean that you should sacrifice style. You can be a mom and stylish! When she's not shopping or writing about shopping and baby gear, she can be found playing with her two kids at the park. For more mom finds, you can follow her on Twitter @EverydayMama and visit her own daily blog at everydaymama.com.

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