The ‘BabyStyle Oyster Carapace i-Size’ infant car seat when using the ‘Duofix i-Size base’ failed the frontal crash test when tested to stricter criteria than what is the legal minimum.
The Group 0+ rear-facing car seat for infants: Chicco Oasys i-Size, was recently crash tested by the German consumer organisation ‘Stiftung Warentest’. Sadly this crash test showed a severe fault with the car seat’s harness.
It’s that time of the year again! And instead of blasting you with a wall of text on how to safely transport your car seats when travelling (obviously when not in use) I have taken the time to give you a nice short and informative “infographic”. Now, when it comes to aeroplane travel and bringingRead more
I’ve long been thinking about making this trifold info brochure, but I’ve just never gotten around to it. Today I finally sat down and created it and I must say that I’m quite happy with the result! I hope this is of use to you all. Please feel free to [DOWNLOAD] coloured version or [DOWNLOAD] blackRead more
One of the most common questions we get sent and that I see in our groups is “how do I wash my car seat cover?”. Now strictly (and bluntly…) speaking there is a very very simple answer to this; Read Your Manual! Because this information along with how to take the covers off/on is alwaysRead more
According to the American Association of Nurse Practitioners, less than ten percent of nurse practitioners are currently specializing in paediatrics. If you’re currently studying for your bachelor’s degree in nursing and want to continue on to graduate as a nurse practitioner, then you may have considered specializing in paediatrics. According to Discover Nursing, nurse practitionersRead more
We hope you find the answers you’re looking for on this page but if not, please feel free to get in touch. We are here to help! When should I move my child out of the infant carrier? We always recommend using the infant carrier for as long as possible before moving to the nextRead more
Most people are aware of the infant car seats being rear facing, or facing backwards as some would say. This is the first car seat you buy when having a baby. But did you know that when it’s time to buy a new car seat for your baby – once they have outgrown their infantRead more
Chicco is announcing a voluntary recall Chicco Cosmos car seats sold between 28 February and 24 May 2017. The product (Chicco Cosmos, ref. 79163) can be identified through the number 04444637 on the homologation label (A) and by the serial number (B) on each product: only serial numbers from 00000001 to 00025152 are affected. Read more
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
We are so happy to announce that in 2017 we will be working with ‘Alder Hey’ Children’s Charity. We are proud to be partnering up with Alder Hey Children’s Hospital and Charity this year! To help promote their important work and especially help make ‘Alder Hey in the Park’ a truly world-class, patient-friendly hospitalRead more
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! BUTRead more
A Disabled Airbag May Go Off It 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 regardingRead more
A nice table list of all ERF car seats on the UK market including their prices. Last updated: 3/12/2017 Seats are added once I hear about them. If you know of a seat that isn’t on the list – feel free to contact me and I’ll make sure to add it! Download the tableRead more
On the 13th of January 2012, it was decided that Caitlyn Anabelle had to come out with an emergency C-Section. She was then 34W gestation and we had been in the hospital for 12 days. The whole pregnancy with Caitiebelle was really hard. I was quite ill with a condition called ‘Hyperemesis Gravidarum’ (HG) whichRead more