Maxi Cosi Pria 70 Convertible Car Seat Review

Maxi Cosi Pria 70 Convertible Car Seat review

Maxi Cosi Pria 70 Convertible Car Seat Review Built to last, the Maxi Cosi Pria 70 Convertible Car Seat is the only car seat a child will ever need. The standard option on this car seat supports a child from the day they are born until the day they go rushing out for the first day of second and third grade. The […]

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Evenflo Big Kid AMP Booster Car Seat Review

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Evenflo Big Kid AMP Booster Car Seat Review Evenflo, the a car seat brand name that is trusted, has designed a top rated booster seat both you, and your growing child will love. Proudly made in the USA, the Evenflo Big Kid AMP Booster Car Seat is smartly designed with six positions to allow for proper fit as your child […]

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Graco Nautilus 3-in-1 Car Seat Review

Graco Nautilus 3-in-1 Car Seat

Graco Nautilus 3-in-1 Convertible Car Seat Review Exceeding the needs of a transitional car seat, the Graco Nautilus 3-in-1 Matrix is the last car seat purchase you will need to make! Anticipating your child’s comfort and safety needs, the Smart 3-in-1 multi-modes easily grow with your child, providing safe travel for children weighing from 20 pounds all the way up to […]

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New iSize Car Seat Regulation for 2018

New iSize Car Seat Regulation for 2018 A new car seat regulation called R129, or iSize, is aimed at making it easier for parents and guardians to not only select the appropriate car seat for their little one, but to also reduce the amount of kids who are incorrectly fitted in a car eat. This regulation is a strong attempt […]

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Infant Car Seats vs Convertible Car Seats

Infant Car Seats vs Convertible Car Seats

When parents are contemplating a car seat for their upcoming child, it can be a difficult choice when considering infant car seats vs convertible car seats. Both of these car seats are for newborns; however they have massive differences that every parent should consider. While there is no set right or wrong choice when considering infant car seats vs convertible […]

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When to put a child in a booster seat?

when to put a child in a booster seat

Learning when to put a child in a booster seat is important for safety conscious parents. Not only is there a legal requirement for children to be in a car seat, but if your child is too small, too young, or too light for the booster seat because they were placed in it too early, then it could greatly exaggerate injuries […]

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How to stop car sickness

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If you’re wondering how to stop car sickness in your child, then you’re not alone. Unfortunately infants and toddlers are very prone to motion sickness and it can make a parent’s life a nightmare.   How to stop car sickness If you’ve ever experienced motion sickness, you know how horrible your child feels. Unfortunately most children don’t understand why they’re feeling […]

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How long to keep a child rear facing?

how long to keep a child rear facing

How long to keep a child rear facing? Wondering how long to keep a child rear facing? The short and simple answer is as long as humanly possible, however hopefully after you read more about why you should keep your child rear facing you’ll keep them there past the two year mark! First, understand that the American Academy of Pediatrics states […]

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What is a convertible car seat?

what is a convertible car seat

When expecting parents are tasked with acquiring all of the necessities for their upcoming child, it can be a difficult feat. There are so many different types of baby things that need to be purchased not including a crib, a swing, swaddling cloths, diapers, formula or breast pump, stroller, and more. One of the most difficult items for parents is […]

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What age for a booster seat?

what age for a booster seat

One of the most common car seat questions parents ask is what age for a booster seat? Children grow like weeds and it seems like just yesterday they were a so tiny and being swaddled up to sleep. Unfortunately between the ages of 1-8 they outgrow things almost every month – from the new shoes they just got for Christmas, […]

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