Published at Sunday, April 21st, 2019 - 20:39:11 PM. Baby Activities & Gear. By Quesnel Garcia.
Choosing a car seat can be a stressful experience. Not only is it one of the most important purchases you‵ll make, but it‵s likely to be one of the most expensive. Here are a few basic tips to make the search a little easier, and to ensure you go home with the right one. First things first: Read your vehicle´s owners manual before buying a car seat. Car seats can be attached using either the seat belt or the LATCH system (which stands for the Lower Anchors and Tethers for Children system, and which all new vehicles have). You can decide before buying which one you want to use and then look for a seat based on how you want to install it-belt or LATCH. Pick a convertible car seat that´ll grow with your child. Take it from us: Not having to invest in another car seat in the midst of that crazy first two years will be a blessing. Newborns can sit in two kinds of car seats: a rear-facing infant seat, or a convertible seat (which faces the rear of the car at first, and later is turned toward the front). Buying a convertible car seat saves money because it lasts through toddler hood, and it`s completely sound in terms of safety.
Parenthood is a tough job and training of children in some matters can be quite cumbersome. Like many other pieces of training, potty training is not an easy task for any parent. And, this becomes even more difficult when you are out and about. This is no easy feat to potty train your kid as you travel. However, there are some portable potties available which can help you a lot. If you are worried about your toddlers’ potty routine while traveling, then don’t anymore. Consider the fit and size. Potty seats come in a range of rim sizes and fittings. So, it is very important to choose the one which fits perfectly for your child without causing any harm to him/her. He/she should not feel uncomfortable about it. The right size will make him/her ease himself/herself more conveniently and will save you from fatigue as well.
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