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
When the Cosco Scenera NEXT convertible car seat was released in 2015, we were eager to meet this low priced, lightweight convertible car seat. Since that first meeting, the Scenera NEXT has become a mainstay of the car seat world and a popular travel seat.
Canada’s convertible and 3 in 1 car seat options are fairly limited, but thankfully the market is growing and more options are available, including the Safety 1st Enspira 3 in 1. This multimode car seat has 3 functions: rear facing, forward facing, and booster mode.
The TurboBooster TakeAlong excels at its main purpose in life — being a very portable option that most Littles can set up and use properly with minimal or no supervision.
This is a big task for a small seat. We’re thrilled to see that the TurboBooster TakeAlong does all of this with ease.
This recall applies to Canada only. UPPAbaby has issued a recall for incorrect handle position on labeling for affected Mesa car seats made between October 17 to March 21, 2017. The handle should only be positioned in the front position (one position forward from the carry position) in the vehicle. UppaBaby will provide corrected labels
At some point or another, every Little seems to test the boundaries when it comes to staying in their car seats. If you’ve got a little escape artist on your hands we’ve got a few tips and tricks that can help keep them safe and secure while they’re on the road.
The MyFit brings all of the features that we’ve come to expect from Chicco into their first forward facing only combination car seat that works well in both harness and booster mode.
Your guide to travelling with car seats in Europe.
Leverage is a critical piece of any car seat installation. Figuring out where to apply counter pressure in order to remove all of the slack from either the lower anchor webbing or the vehicle seat belt can be the most challenging part of an installation.
It’s not every day that we have a chance to send our team to international child passenger safety conferences, so when the International Conference “Protection of Children in Cars” popped up on our radar, we were thrilled to be able to send one of our EU admins to the event!