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6 Common Car Seat Mistakes Parents Can Make

baby in car seat common car seat mistakes parents can make Pay attention to all the information about car seats to keep your child safe and secure.
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6 Common Car Seat Mistakes Parents Can Make

baby in car seat common car seat mistakes parents can make Pay attention to all the information about car seats to keep your child safe and secure.
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New Car Seat Guidelines from the AAP & NHTSA

By JustMommies staff

The AAP and National Highway Traffic Safety Administration have recently released new car seat guidelines. The guidelines are no longer based on the type of car seat but instead are based on the child’s age. Both the AAP and the NHTSA are now recommending that parents keep their infants in a rear
» Read more

New Car Seat Guidelines from the AAP & NHTSA

By JustMommies staff

The AAP and National Highway Traffic Safety Administration have recently released new car seat guidelines. The guidelines are no longer based on the type of car seat but instead are based on the child’s age. Both the AAP and the NHTSA are now recommending that parents keep their infants in a rear
» Read more

New Car Seat Guidelines from the AAP & NHTSA

By JustMommies staff

The AAP and National Highway Traffic Safety Administration have recently released new car seat guidelines. The guidelines are no longer based on the type of car seat but instead are based on the child’s age. Both the AAP and the NHTSA are now recommending that parents keep their infants in a rear
» Read more

New Car Seat Guidelines from the AAP & NHTSA

By JustMommies staff

The AAP and National Highway Traffic Safety Administration have recently released new car seat guidelines. The guidelines are no longer based on the type of car seat but instead are based on the child’s age. Both the AAP and the NHTSA are now recommending that parents keep their infants in a rear
» Read more

Pros and Cons of Extended Rear-Facing Car Seat Use

By JustMommies staff

Many parents can’t wait to move their kids to the forward-facing position in the back seat. After all, it’s easier to keep an eye on the kids when they’re facing forward; plus the kids have something more interesting to look at. But many safety experts question the practice of turning kids around
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Pros and Cons of Extended Rear-Facing Car Seat Use

By JustMommies staff

Many parents can’t wait to move their kids to the forward-facing position in the back seat. After all, it’s easier to keep an eye on the kids when they’re facing forward; plus the kids have something more interesting to look at. But many safety experts question the practice of turning kids around
» Read more

Rear-facing Car Seats are Safer for Older Children

By JustMommies staff

According to a new report published in the British Medical Journal, children under the age of four are safer riding in a rear-facing car seat than a forward-facing seat. Reuters reports that infants in the U.K. are usually moved from rear-facing to forward-facing once they reach 20 pounds, which typically
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Rear-facing Car Seats are Safer for Older Children

By JustMommies staff

According to a new report published in the British Medical Journal, children under the age of four are safer riding in a rear-facing car seat than a forward-facing seat. Reuters reports that infants in the U.K. are usually moved from rear-facing to forward-facing once they reach 20 pounds, which typically
» Read more