(American Academy of Pediatrics) New research suggests child passenger safety education programs are a success, with more infants and toddlers riding in the rear-facing position than ever before. The study abstract, 'Trends in Child Passenger Safety Practices in Indiana From 2009-2015,' will be presented Monday, Sept. Show More Summary
Target and Babies "R" Us are offering trade-ins and discounts on new car seats for children as part of National Baby Safety Month.
No matter how seriously you take your child's safety, a new study finds that when it comes to car seats, it's far more likely you're making a major mistake than not. The study, which was published in the Journal of Pediatrics, attests...Show More Summary
Traveling with smaller children brings added challenges and baggage. I hate over packing and one of the things I dread dragging along most is a car seat for my toddler. I would never suggest compromising safety for convenience, so here...Show More Summary
California law as of Jan. 1 requires children under 2 to ride in a rear-facing car seat in the back seat until they reach at least 40 pounds or are at least 40 inches tall.
A paramedic couple shows a trick to test if your child's car seat is safe and stresses that "it doesn't matter how much money you spend."
Writer, mom, and paramedic Krystal Kleidon talks about what makes car seats safe and how to make sure kids are as safe as they can be in the car. When a Paramedic Talks About Car Seat Safety, You Should Listen is a post from Mommyish - Parenting Imperfect.
Between Krystal Kleidon and her husband, they have twenty years of roadside experience as paramedics. During this time, they've seen every type of car accident imaginable, and as they prepare to move their 4-year-old into a new car seat,...Show More Summary
Britax's Pinnacle ClickTight Car Seat is a next level solution for parents looking for a seat to take them through their kids older years. Designed for kids from 25 to 120lbs, it offers growing families a long list of safety and comfort features. The post The Last Car Seat You’ll Need To Buy – Britax’s PINNACLE CLICKTIGHT appeared first on Growing Your Baby.
(Ohio State University) Laws that require increasingly older kids to sit in car safety seats appear to have limited impact, new research has found.
A photo of 1-year-old Saint elicited safety concerns.
This bill, if signed, would go into effect on Nov. 1, 2019, to give parents time to buy the correct safety seat.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Vehicle Safety in cooperation with Britax, has announced a voluntary recall of 207,037 chest clips on certain Britax B-Safe 35, B-Safe 35 Elite and BOB B-Safe 35 infant seats because they... The post Recall: 207,037 Britax Infant Car Seats For Choking Concerns appeared first on Growing Your Baby.
Christine Miller won't let her son's death be in vain. After Kyle died in a car accident at only 3 years old, she's spreading the world about car seat safety.
Every car seat manufacturer's main focus is to produce a car seat you feel safe putting your child into every single time you get in the car, but not all seats are created equal, so to say. There are certain safety features every parent...Show More Summary
I’ve had kids in car seats for 7.5 years, with many years to go, and while I love the safety and comfort they give my kids, I absolutely hate dealing with car seats. I mean, really hate it. They are simply not easy to install, adjust,...Show More Summary
Christine Miller lost her son 12 years ago in a fatal car accident. Now, the bereaved mother is warning others about the safety of car booster seats. Mom Who Lost Toddler in Car Accident Warns Others About Booster Seat Safety is a post from Mommyish - Parenting Imperfect.
Car seat safety can be a frustrating topic for many parents, but it’s an important one. A recent report published in The Journal of Pediatrics showed that 43 percent of kids killed in car accidents aren’t properly restrained. On MayShow More Summary
Graco has recalled over 25,000 car seats because of safety concerns.
Graco is recalling more than 25,000 car seats because of possibly faulty restraints, according to reports Wednesday, May 24. The recall affects the Graco My Ride 65. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) announced...Show More Summary