Britax has made the Parkway booster for a while now, but in 2013, it got a makeover. This Parkway model, the SG-L, comes equipped with lower anchor connectors which secure it to the vehicle.It has extra foam and padding; some added touches that might make it perfect for some families.
If you’ve ever flown on an airplane, you’ve heard the flight attendant instructions to put the oxygen mask on yourself before assisting your child or other passengers. It should be no different when you are in a vehicle. You’ve done the research and made sure your children and passengers are properly restrained, but are you?
Evenflo’s newest mutlimode car seat boasts an exciting new feature: it’s the first seat to be rollover tested. We had a chance to meet the SafeMax in a super secret booth during our visit to the Evenflo area at the ABC Kids Expo this fall so we were eager to spend some quality time with a SafeMax of our own!
Baby Jogger has issued a recall for their City Go rear facing only seats and bases, model numbers BJ64510, BJ64529, BJ80400 (base), BJ61500 (base), BJ72510 (travel system), BJ70411 (travel system), BJ70424 (travel system), and BJ70431 (travel system). While this does appear to be an information only recall affecting stickers and manuals, Baby Jogger will send registered owners a new car seat to replace their current seat. Contact Baby Jogger at 1-800-241-1848.
Car seats have more than a few limits for the child who rides in them. They have minimum height, weight and fit minimum limits along with maximum height, weight and fit limits. When our users and readers are shopping for your child’s next car seat or trying to determine if a child has outgrown a
The Baby Jogger City Go rear facing only car seat has started popping up in baby stores and boutiques. It’s a full-featured lightweight seat with European belt routing, a substantial canopy, and a no-rethread harness. Its sleek looks and city-friendly features are turning heads. How does it measure up? CSFTL Quick Stats Weight Range: 4-35
When children come into our lives, their future is a wonderful, terrifying unknown. As they grow from tiny babies to small delightful people we might have more of an idea what that future can hold, but we don’t stop imagining it. Imagining that future and all that it might be as they grow is one of the things that makes us different from who we were before we had kids.
The BubbleBum has been a favorite CSFTL carpool option since the first days of our existence. Our 2013 review put the older version of this portable, inflatable, backless booster through the paces. Since then, the belt guides have been redesigned so we thought now was a good time to take a look at this updated seat.
Graco has issued a recall for the Milestone multimode car seats that were manufactured between July 2015 and October 2015 with model numbers 1910130, 1923980, 1926538, and 1926539.This is not a life-safety recall. You may continue to use your seat. Full Text of the Recall Over the past 60 years, safety has been and will continue
Urban kids have all the fun! At least if you’ve got kids like mine who love big machines. When we lived in a rural area and traveled, getting to and from museums and parks was half the fun of the trip. We rode on subways, light rail, city buses, and even ferries — they were all part of the adventure. Now that we live in a big city, we get to ride these awesome vehicles to get to doctors appointments, school, play dates, and even the park!