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Recently my little guy figured out how to unbuckle himself! He unbuckles the top part, but hasn't figured out the bottom part yet. So he is still in his car seat, but not really protected if we got into an accident. I keep telling him no. I have pulled over and rebuckled him. I just don't know what to do!!! Anyone else dealing with this? Any ideas?
I was just wondering the other day when Will would start doing this too. He is very smart, and he observes everything everybody does around him, so I'm sure this day is coming. I don't know what to tell you, other than to ook around on the internet because I'm sure SO many have been through it and might have suggestions LOL
William Jeffery, born 8/1/11
Evan John, born 2/24/13
Kynslee is actually just the opposite right now. So, I'm no help. Kynslee is all into trying to help us buckle herself in and says "buckle up for safety" as she climbs into her car seat. Maybe try rewards if he doesn't unbuckle himself the whole car ride? We use to give Kynslee a couple smarties if she did good and didn't fight us when we would try and buckle her in. Or, we'd give her a sticker, ect...