Published at Sunday, April 21st, 2019 - 23:36:56 PM. Baby Activities & Gear. By Rufina Poli.
Easy access: Most hardware-mounted gates swing open, but some pressure-mounted gates don`t (usually the basic models). If you need to move a gate a dozen times a day, you might be tempted to ditch it altogether. Slats no more than 3 inches apart: If the gate has vertical slats, Consumer Reports recommends that they be no more than 3 inches apart. A child`s head could get trapped in a larger gap, leading to strangulation. Fit: Most gates will block an average doorway. If you have a larger opening or area to protect, get a gate that stretches farther or has interlocking sections to encircle a bigger hazard. Safety standards: If the baby gate you're considering doesn't have a Juvenile Products Manufacturing Association certification seal on the packaging, keep shopping. Only models with this seal are guaranteed to meet voluntary safety standards for strength of materials, security of the latch, size of the bar or slat openings, and more. Don′t rely on the manufacturer′s name alone, because a company might not certify every product.
Features to Look for baby carries: Well-padded, adjustable shoulder straps, Sun shade to shield baby, Ergonomic design puts baby front and center and close enough to kiss, Wide base strap, Wide seat for baby. Some moms prefer the cozy comfort of a basic baby wrap, while others want the multiple carrying positions (and extra support!) a soft-structured wrap offers. A carrier makes life with a newborn easier, whether you’re at home or on the move. Baby carrying is more than a trend. Rather, it has evolved over time out of both necessity and convenience as it functions to liberate the hands (and lives) of parents while simultaneously comforting baby and fostering bonding between baby and parent. At the forefront of the baby carrying evolution stands the Ergobaby All Position 360 baby carrier. The All Position 360 is a soft-structured baby carrier boasting maximum comfort for baby and parent. It’s designed with a padded, adjustable waist belt and shoulder straps, and has built-in lumbar support. The All Position 360, as its name suggests, features four different baby position options, which include front carry-facing out, front carry-facing parent, back carry, and hip carry (recommended positions vary by age).
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