By Lauren CohanPublished Mar 09, 2019 07:24:07 A few weeks ago, a little girl who had just arrived in Washington, D.C., took her first steps on a windy windy morning.
The toddler, known as Katelyn, was sitting in a Windsor chair at a playground for kids and other adults in her neighborhood when a gust of wind knocked her off balance and sent her flying.
Katelynn’s grandmother, Lola Loy, says Katelyns’ grandmother was sitting on the chair at the playground when the gust hit, and then Lola got up and rushed to her granddaughter.
Lola Lurey had a child at the time, but was never able to get her to sit on her own.
She called her friends, who all volunteered to help, and asked if they could do something.
So she got Katelynts grandmother, a small-business owner, to get a chair for her and Lola, who is an emergency room nurse.
They both brought the chair, and Katelyne was the first one to sit down on it.
She and Loy were soon joined by a group of other volunteers, including a preschooler and a group from another community who were waiting for their baby brother.
Katelynn, now about three months old, was so grateful to be sitting on a chair that Lola says she was speechless.
“I just started crying,” Lola told ABC News.
“I didn’t know what to do.
I didn’t want to sit there.”
A few weeks later, Lolas daughter was born in the chair.
“My baby has been in a chair since birth, and she’s not even five months old,” Lolas said.
“She’s not the only one.
There’s a lot of babies, a lot more babies.”
Katelyn is now at a local hospital and Lolas is busy with her job as a nurse, which includes making sure the baby has enough room and eating her meals.
But Lola knows she’s missing out on something special.
She says she can’t bring herself to take her daughter on a walk on the sidewalk, where she can easily fall down.
She has been thinking of raising a baby seat on a wooden bench in the backyard of her home, or even a table, for a few years now, but never thought about doing so for a child.
“We always knew it was a good idea,” she said.
But it’s not easy, she said, because she has never had a baby sit on a tree, nor has she seen a baby’s head on a seat.
The Windsor chair was designed by Eames chair company in 1924, and is one of the first child seats ever built.
It was used for generations of American families.
But it’s a rare child-seat for children that has a wooden base.
“The seat is built for the child,” said Lola.
“It has to be durable, it has to hold the child, and it has no handle on it.”
That means it needs to be easy to hold and stable.
But Lola said it’s also important that the seat be able to accommodate the baby.
“You don’t want it to fall off, or it will hit the floor, or the seat could get scratched or damaged,” she explained.
Lolas and her husband, Matt, bought the chair in 2009.
They started out by buying the most expensive seat on the market and then purchased several other more expensive chairs.
They decided to make a wooden version of the seat to sell in their store and at their church.
“It’s not expensive,” Matt Loy said.
He said the price is right, but he’s unsure how much he’ll pay for the wooden seat.
“We’re still in the process of deciding.”
The new wooden seat has a wood base and it can be used for babies as young as six months old.
But Matt said that the chair can also be used as a baby cradle, which is why they bought it.
“If you have a baby, you’re going to be able put a lot into the seat,” he said.
“They’re not going to lose it,” Lora added.
“But if you don’t have a kid, you don’st have a child.”
The Lolas’ chair is now in its sixth year of business and has been used for children and adults in the neighborhood.
“When we first bought it, we thought it was too expensive,” Lole said.
They’ve been using it since 2009, and they still use it today.
“For the most part, people don’t realize it’s such a great product,” Lolan said.
The chair was even given a place in the Guinness Book of World Records.
Lorries own daughter, who’s six months pregnant, said she has been really appreciative of the chair and her