Posts Tagged ‘carseat safety’

10 Ways to Master the School Carpool Line

When your child heads to elementary school, you have two choices when it comes to transportation: the big yellow school bus OR the family school bus, also known as YOU. We’re going to guess that you’ve decided to drive your child to school, but why do we discuss ways to master the carpool line now with only a few weeks until summer break?

Well, if you’re like many moms, your child is about to graduate preschool and will be going to kindergarten for the first time. While you may be an expert when it comes to stocking up on new clothes and fulfilling a school supply list, chances are that you have little to no practice when it comes to dropping off your kid at the curb. Furthermore, if your child attends a year-round school, you only have a few weeks off until the new year, and there are things you need to know before school starts. Which is why now is a perfect time to give you 10 brilliant ways to help you avoid dirty looks from other parents at your child’s school.

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Car Seat Guide: Diono Radian RXT

Here at Daily Mom, we’ve always been huge fans of Diono car seats, and it’s easy to see why. These seats boast some of the highest safety standards on the market, offer high rear-facing and forward-facing weight limits, and they’re incredibly plush and comfortable for our little ones to ride in. We’re psyched to be able to share with you the latest addition to the Diono family – the newly improved Radian RXT

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Car Seat Guide: Cosco High Back Booster (Bang for Your Buck!)

Venturing into your local baby store can cause a serious case of sticker shock. Whether you’re on baby number one or baking the last member of your basketball team, buying that one essential item that gets used everyday is no fun (or cheap) task. Once your baby has outgrown her infant carseat or smaller convertible seat and makes the switch to forward facing, it’s time to once again trek to the store to buy yet another carseat to add to the collection.

This time around, go easy on your wallet, but still rest assured that your child will be safe and secure while traveling in the car. The COSCO High Back Booster gives you serious bang for your buck, which all moms can appreciate!

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Win It: Travel Set from BubbleBum!

During this busy holiday travel season, families everywhere are taking road trips and flights for family gatherings. During this time, many families will likely have to take cabs, rental vehicles or relatives’ cars as part of their travels — which can become tricky for families with kids who still need to ride in a booster seat. It’s crucial that all kids aged 4-11 use a booster seat when traveling in the car — which is why we love BubbleBum’s inflatable Booster Seat!

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Why Your Kid Should be Harnessed in the Car as Long as Possible

As parents, we love watching our children progress. We eagerly cheer as they begin to crawl and walk, and sniff back tears as they head off to their first day of preschool donning their new backpack. We genuinely get excited to watch them move into newer and greater things. So many parents treat upgrading car seats with that same enthusiasm, and rush their children through the stages, such as prematurely forward-facing their toddlers or buying your preschooler a car seat that just utilizes the regular seat belt. We’re here today to discuss why you should keep your child harnessed in the car for as long as possible.

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Car Seat Guide: Evenflo Advanced Transitions 3-in-1 Booster

Is your big kid quickly outgrowing their convertible car seat and you’re wondering what they should ride in next? If so, today we’re sharing with you the last car seat you’ll ever need: the Evenflo Advanced Transitions 3-in-1 Booster! This amazing car seat easily transitions from a forward facing 5-point harnessed booster to a seat belt highback booster to a backless booster, offering you years of safety (and comfort) for your growing little one.

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