Proper Use of the Harness Keeps Baby Snug and Safe
Baby Safety Month is the perfect time to help you understand how to correctly use the straps in car seats, known as harnesses. Every child, every car seat and every vehicle is different, so understanding the right way to secure the seat and the harness will maximize protection in case of a crash.
Summer seems to be the season of road trips. With the kids off from school, a lot of families will be hitting the road this summer to visit friends, family and new places across the country. For new parents and even, seasoned parents a road trip can seem overwhelming. With a little preparation, you can take the anxiety out of traveling by car.
Here some tips for when traveling with little ones,
Well, it’s officially winter. We’ve already had a couple of snow storms here at Baby Safety Zone headquarters. Winter can be beautiful, but with dropping temperatures come risks to babies’ safety. Below are tips for keeping your baby warm and safe in the winter wonderland.
1. When in doubt layer!
Layers will keep your baby warm and dry and outside. A good rule of thumb is to add an extra layer to baby than an adult would wear in the same conditions.
Parents of twins often hear the phrase, “Double trouble!”, and while some of us cringe at that saying, it’s very often true. When you have two children at the exact developmental age and stage, they tend to get into more than twice the amount of mischief. If you’re an expecting or new parent of twins, here’s the heads up on a few important safety matters that are specific to twins and higher order multiples.
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