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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…

When driving around with your baby, you want to make sure they are as safe as possible. While you work hard to drive carefully and not hit anyone, you can’t always control the other drivers on the road. Being prepared and choosing the safest place for a car seat in your vehicle will make a difference in case an accident does happen.  The safest place for car seat is usually in the back seat, right…

Throughout the day, your baby ingests air either while feeding or crying. It may not look like much but this ingested air can cause your baby to become gassy and uncomfortable during car rides. Thus, burping your baby during a drive is inevitable. In general, the best way to burp your baby is to remove him from the car seat. However, if that is not possible, the best way to burp the baby in the…

Assisting your little one to regulate their body temperature, especially in hot weather, is essential. You do not want your baby sweating profusely and crying hysterically in their car seats. The crying can be because they feel hot and uncomfortable. The best way to keep your baby cool in the car seat is to block the sun by using car shades. Alternatively, you may consider tinting your windows to refract the sun rays. However, this…

Baby car seat pads also called straps shoulder pads, aids smaller sized babies to fill their car seat correctly. Their petite body leaves so much room in their car seats resulting in involuntary movements. Additionally, baby car seat pads can be used to avoid skin burns and marks from the car seat straps.  The most substantial motive behind using car seat pads is to keep your baby comfortable while in a car seat. A car…

If you have a new-born baby, you must be wondering how to choose the perfect car seat for your child. You would want the child to be safe and comfortable, while you also need to think about cost and convenience. Most often, parents are confused while picking between an infant car seat vs. a convertible car seat. While each of these has its pros and cons, some factors are more significant than others. No worries!…

Bringing your preemie baby home after birth is an exciting feeling but it can also prove to be stressful. That first drive home is nerve-wracking enough and making sure the seat you choose for your little one is right for them can prove to be quite a task. It’s hard enough picking a seat for a full-term baby, so finding a seat that will also accommodate your early arrival can add even more unneeded stress.…

Many parents asked us whether Medicaid Pay for Special Needs Car Seats or not. The good news is, in some cases, Medicaid may help to cover the cost of your special needs car seat. Of course, there are rules, exceptions, and an application process.  But don’t fret! This post aims to help you better understand the policies concerning Medicaid and special needs car seats. If you need a special needs car seat check out the special…

Parents looking for a luxury car seat that will last a long time need look no further than the Cybex Cloud Q infant car seat. This seat has the capability to accommodate your little one from birth to, roughly, 18 months of age. It’s a great seat for preemies and will last until your little one reaches 35 pounds. We really like this seat as well because it comes in several different color options. The…

The Baby Trend Flex Loc is a rear-facing infant car seat that includes many features that strive to make the installation more secure and less of a headache. The EZ Flex Loc infant seat is named so because of the style of its LATCH anchor connectors. Instead of fixed connectors that attach to the vehicle’s LATCH anchors, it has flexible connectors. Because they are not rigid, they can be more easily connected to your vehicle’s anchor…