Most winter coats should not be worn in the car because of the extra build. Here are five safe ways to keep your child warm in the car during winter.
Car Seat Safety
Sitting in the front seat of the car is often viewed as a rite of passage. It feels like a very adult thing to do, and there’s so much freedom inherent in the seating… Read More »Your Kid Should Sit in the Back Seat Because Airbags
A friend of mine and fellow CPST was involved in a major crash a month ago. She was driving to the airport with two other adults in the car as well as her 9-year-old son… Read More »Secondary Crashes: What You Need To Know
The costumes are starting to appear in stores, spooky decor is popping up everywhere, and kids are getting excited… it’s official: Halloween is almost here! Whether you go around your neighborhood or drive somewhere else… Read More »Car Seats, Costumes, and Coats, Oh My!
One of the hottest pieces of news in the Child Passenger Safety world dropped this week: the American Academy of Pediatrics has changed their recommendation guidelines for rearfacing children. They’ve also added a… Read More »AAP Changes Rearfacing Guidelines. Now What?
Children grow. They grow and they grow and they grow. Around this time of year we’re thinking about buying new school clothes, new shoes, getting eyes checked, etc. I’m here to suggest you add another… Read More »My How You’ve Grown: Adjusting Car Seat Straps
To start: I like to begin from the child’s bottom and move up, but as long as all these steps are fulfilled whichever order you choose is just fine. 1) Place the baby in the… Read More »How To Properly Harness Your Rear-facing Child