Rear Facing – Where do their legs go?

no leg injuries in RF

If you are new to the idea of extended rear facing – I can imagine that one of your worries is your child’s legs. This is one of the most common fears, so you are not alone. However, I am happy to tell you that you have absolutely nothing at all to worry about! YouRead more

Tick This Checklist Before Going On Your Road Trip

Tick This Checklist Before Going On Your Road Trip

It will be one of the most exhilarating, exhausting and unforgettable experiences of your life. From persisting up steep mountains, admiring a waterfall, to standing in the middle of the world’s tallest bridge, in the future you’ll think back with the fondest memories. The people around you at the time of this epic adventure areRead more

Keeping the Family Safe When Driving Abroad

Keeping the Family Safe When Driving Abroad

With summer fast approaching, it’s time to start looking at the family adventures we’ll take during the following months. For some, it’ll be a relaxing time next to the beach, for others a cultural trip to cities across Europe. Others yet will be taking a trip overseas that involves driving from one place to theRead more

Keep Your Family Safe: Knowing The Causes Of Accidents

We all want to keep our families safe, and one of the most important places where this needs to happen is on the roads. When you are driving with your family in tow, you need to feel as safe and secure as possible. If you don’t, it can quickly mean that you and your familyRead more

Debunking Myths #2 – “Children can’t get in/out of an ERF seat!”

Debunking Myths 2

It’s time to DEBUNK another Extended Rear Facing Myth!  On of the very popular myths of ‘ERF’ is that it’s difficult to get in and/or out of an extended rear facing car seat. I’m not sure exactly why this myth came to be – I can only assume it’s because people assume it to beRead more

How To Correctly Tighten Your Child’s Car Seat Harness

How To Correctly Tighten Your Childs Car Seat Harness

One of the most common errors with car seats is that the harness is not correctly fitted on the child. An incorrectly fitted harness is a serious mistake – and it will make the car seat unable to do its job properly.  It doesn’t matter if your car seat is rear or forward facing, theRead more

Car Maintenance Tips for Safe Summer Travel

  Car Maintenance Tips for Safe Summer Travel Summer is a time for a lot of things. It is an opportunity to spend time with family in frolicking under the sun or a perfect time to travel and plan the perfect getaway or road trip. With lots of plans for the coming summer holiday, mostRead more

Killer Car Seats Sold Online!

killer car seats

In light of some news I just saw, I decided to write a quick little post about…online shopping…but you will also find these around places like Gumtree and Facebook selling groups.   I love shopping online! I really do. I come across quite a few nice deals there and I’ve done some very good bargains!Read more

Disabled Airbag May Go Off – Debunking Myths #1

myth debunking 1 - airbags

A Disabled Airbag May Go Off Is perhaps the most common myth regarding front seat car seat safety. And it’s simply not true. It simply does not happen when you are able to disable the airbag in your vehicle either by a key or a button! NB! Always check your vehicle manual’s instructions regarding disablingRead more

Our HuggyBelt Review

Our Huggy Belt Review   A Little Bit of HuggyBelt Info: “The concept for the HuggyBelt was initially developed in 2009 and was primarily designed with child car protection and safety in mind. After the initial design stage a company was formed in 2011, KIDS Innovations Development Limited in order to further develop the HuggyBeltRead more

5 Things You Need To Consider When Choosing a Campervan

campervan holiday 5 things to consider

  When I was very little, my grandmother owned a small (and I mean tiny) adorable little caravan. It couldn’t really fit more than 3 people it was that small. Looking back now I have some very fond memories from summers spent there. I remember going for long walks up the mountainside, finding wild strawberriesRead more

Current EU Booster Seat Regulation Changes

New booster law

  Changes to Current EU Booster Seat Law Goes Live in March This is something that’s been discussed back and forth and it’s been circulating around the net for a little while now. However I have seen a lot of wrong info regarding this new amendment to the law – so I have taken itRead more