Demonstrating the dangers of padded clothing under the car seat harness! [Video]

Winter is here and with it comes the cold weather! Here we demonstrate the dangers of heavy/padded/bulky clothing like coats/jackets/snow-suits etc. and why you should never use them *under* the car seat harness.           I hope you found it informative! Lets keep the kids safe AND warm now in the coldRead more

The “Bottom Flooring Compartments” problem…

Some of the content of this post is taken with permission from http://addictedtobabystuff.com  I have thrown up a reblog of the whole post (found here), but I thought since it’s such a long post, I’ll just post the actual email in a separate post. The email is from Robert Bell who is considered an expert in this field. RobertRead more

The Sun KILLS!

Summer has reached us for full force all around parts of the world, and in this time of sunshine and happiness, tragic things occur. Every year there is sadly at least one incident in the media of a parent leaving their child in the car. Luckily this doesn’t always end in tragedy, but far tooRead more

“How long does a 0+ car seat last?”

This is Henry in he’s Graco Junior. He’s 8,5 months old at the picture, he’s in a cloth nappy which does take up a bit more space then a disposable so keep that in mind. He’s a 98th percentile child of 76 CM (30inch) long and 10.5 KG. (approx. 21lb) He has a longish torsoRead more

Carsickness – NOT a reason to Forward Face!

Carsick…most of us has been there, and at some point most parents will have a child who suffers from it. Maybe not on a regular basis, but sometimes it happens. So what do you do about it? Too often I hear (or read..) that a parent chose to turn their child around FF (forward facing)Read more

The ‘Joie Stages’ now @ Babies R Us

The most magnificent thing has happened – it’s almost boarding on a miracle, there is now a highly affordable Extended Rear-facing Car seat on the market! And it’s at Babies R Us of all places!! It’s the Joie Stages. It has a rear-facing limit of 18kg (40lb), and a forward facing limit of 25kg (55lb).  Basically a veryRead more