Parenting

How Long Can a Newborn be in a Car Seat? (2 Hour Rule)

Newborns face multiple risks when they are asleep and not lying flat on their backs on a comfortable surface. Due to the developing nature of their airwaves, spine, and other body parts, it is vital that they are kept in a suitable posture at all times. At a given time, running errands and attending to

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Do booster seats need to be anchored? How to determine if so

A booster car seat is a forward-facing child passenger restraint system that is used for children who have not attained the minimum weight and height allowed for the use of the car’s seat. It is appropriate for children who are between four and eight years old. There is a variety of booster car seats in

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How to tether a car seat without anchors(or a latch system)

Starting from September 2002 all automakers in US – have been federally mandated to include anchors in every manufactured vehicle as standard equipment. But cars manufactured before September might lack anchors and there are many such cars still running on US streets which don’t have anchors or tethers pre installed in them. This raises the

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When can kids sit in the front seat? (State by state)

 Seating kids in the front seat is very risky. Front row is the most inappropriate seating option for kids, even if you are using safety seats. The second serious issue is that air-bags harm kids in accidents. They are meant to protect the adults and not the children. Air bags are designed to protect adults at least

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Best Sleeping Positions for Babies | Safe & Unsafe Positions

Newborns are entirely dependent on their parents. They must be treated with delight care. They are very fragile; their bones are not adequately developed and are soft as compared to adult’s bone. Slight force can deform them and cause life-long troubles. This small force can be applied in various ways; especially while sleeping. In any

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