Baby Trend Ally 35 Review

The Ally 35 seems promising in many ways. The low strap height will fit infants well, and the European routing method of baseless installation and relatively light carrier weight make it a good choice for travel. However, we are very discouraged that it’s already in stores with no instructions on how to adjust the crotch buckle, and the upright angle makes us less likely to recommend it for preemies and low birthweight babies, who would fit well in it otherwise. We’d love to take a further look at the Ally 35 once the instructions in the manual are clarified.

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Cybex Sirona M Review

Cybex is a name well known to those in search of trendy, unique seats.  The Cybex Aton and Aton Q are compact, colorful rear facing only seats, and the Cybex Solution boosters are well-featured, padded, colorful additions to the booster world. And now, Cybex has introduced a convertible to the US Market! Let’s take a look at the new Sirona M.

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JPMA 2018

What do you get when you combine a spring snowstorm, Washington DC and an intimate gathering of baby gear manufacturers eager to show off some new items? That’s right, the JPMA Baby Show of 2018! This author was supposed to attend but got snowed out (is that a term?) and stuck in Southern California for

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Britax Endeavours Review

The child passenger safety community is abuzz with the news that Britax has released a new rear facing only car seat. The Endeavours is similar to the B-Safe 35 Elite, but it also features an anti-rebound bar on the base and European belt routing on the carrier. Intrigued? So were we!

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LA Baby Show 2017

We’ve sent a team of CSFTL representatives to a number of large trade shows like the ABC Kids Expo and the JPMA Baby Show. Beyond that, we’re able to send our team members to local shows as well!Two of our team members were able to attend the LA Baby Show and see what a local show is all about!

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gb Idan Review

The Idan is a very stylish addition to the gb lineup. Unfortunately, it has too many flaws for us to be able to recommend it.  Here’s a quick summary: the headrest positions the baby with the chin against the chest, the straps are virtually impossible to tighten, the manual gives unclear instructions about the infant insert, and the straps twist almost every time you use them.

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