Baby High Chair
I like the Boney Bunch babies and this one is too cute. I would
have preferred a smaller bowl so you could see more of his fact. But it is still really adorable.
August 27, 2014
I love it!
This is one of the cutest and most unique of my boney collection! I love this one!
August 13, 2014
Got to have the babies
These little rascals are a great addition to the collection! It is bigger than expected, but still adorable. His bowl is a tad too large you almost can't see his face. Still, a must have!
August 11, 2014
This is a great new addition for the 2014 Boney Bunch collection! It is probably a lot larger than you would expect even though it is a tealight holder. It features a baby Boney sitting in a high chair made of bones and a bat on top with orange food splattered about. Would look really nice with a Candy Corn tealight candle!
August 9, 2014
I thought the baby in the stroller from past years couldn't get any cuter, but this one in the highchair is adorable! Have to agree with another review - it is oddly large for how I thought it would be, but still very cute.
Love collecting the bridal Boney Bunch since it came out the same year I got married. Now starting our family, I love collecting the little babies :)
August 8, 2014
Wook at the Wittle Baby!
My jaw dropped when I saw this cutie! This is my favorite Boney piece to release this year. TOO PRECIOUS! :) Well done, Yankee!
August 6, 2014
This one is by far the cutest! I love everything about it, the bone highchair, the baby. Too cute!
August 5, 2014
Scale is off
It's a cute piece to be sure, but the scale is way off. I'm a long time collector of Boney Bunch and wanted to display this piece with other Boney men and women for a family setting. However, this piece is significantly larger than prior years, making it look odd with the other pieces. At first I thought it was because the highchair is so tall, but in fact, the baby figure is much too large in size compared to the other Boney people and doesn't match well. Yankee needs to pay better attention to the proportions of the figures in this line and keep the scale the same size to maintain cohesiveness throughout the collection. Would be okay for a stand alone piece, but beware if planning any displays with older pieces.
August 4, 2014