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Car Seat Safety

  • Winter Coats and Car Seats Do NOT Mix

    It’s cold outside, and the car is no warm shelter from the temperature before it is running for about 10 minutes.  It is easy to think that there is nothing wrong with bundling a baby or toddler up in their winter gear before bucking them into the car seat.  Perhaps you even think that is the exact right thing to do.  You are, after all, keeping them warm – and it is much easier than undressing them before buckling and then redressing them when you arrive at your destination… Continue reading

  • Winter Driving and Car Seat Safety

    Car seat accidents are the leading cause of death of children ages 12 and younger.

    As many as 75% of car seats are installed incorrectly.

    After reading reviews, ordering the safest car seat for your car and child, ensuring your child will be rear facing for as long as possible, and then reading the manual cover to cover (twice) and having the installation checked by a car seat technician, you may feel pretty confident that you’ve got this car seat safety thing nailed.  And I must say, you are steps ahead of most parents. However, winter adds a whole new element to keeping your child safe in the car.

    No matter where you live, if there is ever a moment you decide it is cold enough to put your infant, toddler, or child into a coat or jacket, then please read on. Continue reading

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