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Are you looking to find the best car seat for that growing 3-year-old? If so, this CarSeatsMom.com guide is the right place! We’ve reviewed the top car seats for 3 year old children based on safety, durability, comfort, ease of installation, and of course price. Before we get to the good stuff, it’s important to highlight that the American Academy of Pediatrics recommends that a child stays in a rear-facing seat for as long as…

Taking a road trip with your three-year-old is no easy task. You’re trying to concentrate on the road while also entertaining your children so they don’t get bored and cranky. As a parent, you may feel overwhelmed or even a little anxious thinking about taking a long car ride with your toddlers. How are you going to keep them busy while you’re driving in the front seat? Fortunately, there are some awesome car activities that…

All car seats are created equally, right? Wrong! Each car seat manufacturer has its own way of creating its product. Whether it’s a different plastic or how their harnesses are equipped. Some people prefer one more than the other and swear by their choice. When it comes to Britax vs Graco, a lot of people have different opinions.  Safety features, comfort, ease of use, and price are some of the biggest considerations people make when…

By far one of the most important items for a new baby is the car seat. Whether you’ve got a toddler or a newborn, you’ve likely spent plenty of time taking your little one in and out of their seat and adjusting the straps. Some little ones aren’t too keen on being strapped into their car seat, so it is extremely important to make sure that their car seat straps are adjusted properly for safety…

Most toddlers get a little stressed during car rides and end up unbuckling their car seats’ safety belts. You may find this behavior horrific because that safety belt is supposed to keep them secure. Don’t panic yet, as we have the perfect solution for this nagging problem. In general, the best way to stop a toddler from unbuckling a car seat, is to enlighten the child about maintaining safety at all times. However, if that…

The Graco Atlas 65 has two available positions, it can either be used as a harness booster or a highback booster. The weight range for the seat begins at twenty-two pounds (harness booster) and ends at one hundred pounds (highback booster) Overall, after using the car seat for 2 weeks during my trip to Las Vegas. I can conclude the car seat is very basic booster seat. It does transitions from a harness booster to…