Car Seat Basics: What Does that Label Really Mean?!

Your little one has outgrown their rear facing only infant car seat. You’ve painstakingly researched and selected a convertible with a 40 or 50 pound rear facing weight limit. CSFTL, the American Academy of Pediatrics, and Transport Canada recommend that children ride rear facing until they’re at least 2 years old or, following best practice,

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Nuna PIPA Review – Canada

The Nuna PIPA is a much-loved rear facing only car seat that’s been sold in the United States for some time now. It fits preemies well, most babies are able to max out the seat by height and weight, and provides a fairly effortless installation. The seat underwent a few changes when the Canadian version

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Maxi Cosi Mico Max Plus Review

Maxi-Cosi started helping keep children safe in Europe in 1984 with the first rear facing only car seat. Since that time, they’ve expanded their product line to include other types of car seats and other baby products, then moved beyond Europe and into the United States. Their latest effort, the Mico Max Plus, adds some

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Diono Monterey 4DXT Booster Seat Review

Diono first released their Monterey high back booster seat in 2008.   It was immediately a hit with families and CPSTs because it provided an extendable back to accommodate their growing widths, and a tall back that allowed bigger kids to ride in a supportive high back booster seat. Some of our oldest CSFTL models

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