Graco Extend2Fit Convertible Car Seat Review

Normally Graco surprises the world by releasing seats to stores, so even technicians hear about them after they’ve been spotted on a shelf. The Extend2Fit, however, has been eagerly awaited for many months. It’s compact, easy to install, easy to use, 50 pound rear facing seat that has extra leg room for kids, and under the $200 mark? Many technicians swooned at the description.

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RECALL – Britax B Safe 35, Britax B Safe 35 Elite

Britax US, Britax Canada, and Britax Mexico have put out a recall for 71,000 units of the Britax B Safe 35 and Britax B Safe 35 Elite rear facing only car seats in the United States, Canada, and Mexico after 74 reports of the handle cracking while the seat was being carried. For units made between 10/1/14 and 7/1/15, please contact Britax for a repair and do not carry the seat by its handle until it is fixed.

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Traveling Internationally With Littles

Imagine yourself seaside with blue-green water, warm tropics, and a great book in hand. Maybe you want to visit pagodas or take a float down the canals of Venice or Amsterdam. Perhaps it’s an African safari that really excites you. Having kids does not mean you need to stop traveling internationally, nor travel unsafely.

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Graco Nautilus 65 LX 3-in-1 Review

The Graco Nautilus 65 LX 3-in-1 car seat is a forward facing only combination seat that functions as a 5 point harness, high back booster, and backless booster.

The Graco Nautilus 65 LX/65 DLX/80 Elite 3-in-1 car seat is a forward facing only combination seat that functions as a 5 point harness, high back booster, and backless booster.

In the past we have reviewed the Graco Nautilus, but Graco has revamped the Nautilus into the Nautilus 65 LX/65 DLX/80 Elite. Instead of having the Nautilus and the Graco Argos, Graco has merged the two different seats into one seat. Our review will give you an in-depth look at this updated seat.

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Head slump, oh no! Or no biggie?

When we are handed our mewling bundles for the first time, we are told to support their heads and keep their heads back. They have no head control forward or backward, so support their head. Support their head. Keep their head back, but support their head.

After that is drilled into us, it’s no wonder we have parents buying new car seats or rearranging everything to do away with head slump.

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