Car Seats

Child Safety Apparently Didn’t Exist Way Back When

I’ve been going through Pinterest filling my “90s Kid” board with all the things that remind me of my childhood.  The search inevitably lead me to pages with items pre-1990s, and this is one of those: I don’t know what year it’s from or anything like that because the link just led to a photo

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Car Seat Recycling!

When your car seat finally meets its expiration date, consider recycling it.  The landfills are full enough with non-biodegradable waste.  Do you know how long it would take for all the components of a car seat to biodegrade?  That’s a trick question because some components like the metal buckles will never break down! To find

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Grocery Shopping With a Baby

I was inspired to write this post by The Leaking Boob‘s post “What the Heck Do You Do With a Baby When Grocery Shopping?”  Please, go check her out!  I replied to her post, but wanted to share what I had to say with my bloggers.  So, some of this is a rehash of my

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AAP Car Seat Safety Guidelines for 2014

The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) has come out with their 2014 guidelines for using car seats from infants to school-aged children.  Be a proactive parent and check it out! Car Seats: Information for Families for 2014 (From AAP) Also check the National Highway and Traffic Safety Administration’s site on car seat safety. Aside from making

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