It may be true that the last thing anyone needs are lounge chairs for kids to complement the narcotizing effects of the Internet, but there’s something to be said for affordable seating – even for children who could benefit from a little more time outdoors.Then again, you can think of it this way: If kids lounge chairs are super awesome, they could potentially be used as a reward for them getting up and out of the house.“Video game chairs may only be used after two hours of outside playtime … without
your iPhone!”Okay, so maybe two hours is a little ambitious, but you get the idea. So, what’s an affordable kick-back-and-relax incentive for kids these days?Bean BagsBean bags
have come a long way since that cloth sack you used to have that had to be burned after the infestation. Even so-called “economy” bean bags
are built to last at a great price.And, that’s to say nothing of design! Kids today aren’t going to be enticed by a plain old bag o’ beans. No, sir! They’ve got YouTube. Thankfully, they make bean bags so nice now that they may have to fight you for it after they come in from their mandated outdoor playtime.Kids Lounge Chairs
The smaller tots, however, can still find joy in the little things (thank goodness!), which makes kids lounge chairs
a big win. They come in all kinds of shapes, sizes and colors, and are as fun to look at for you as they are for them to use.Sports-themed, superhero-themed and cartoon-themed options abound, from Disney to DC Comics and everything in between.Video Game Chairs
Ah, the aforementioned video game chair
: the crown jewel in any kid’s newly interactive, hyper-digital, Internet-tooled world. You can either run from it, or you can embrace it.One has to admit that, if they’re lucky, these are the kinds of chairs your kids will be sitting in when they get the jobs of the future. Think of it as getting them accustomed to success at an early age.Parenting is hard enough without fighting the rising tide of technology, but keep in mind: This kind of comfort is a reward, not a lifestyle – yet.