A friend of mine and his wife had a baby last month - they are new parents and they're really excited. Their son was born via cesarean section and my friend was concerned that his wife was getting a bit house-bound. You see, my friend's wife is not allowed to lift anything heavy and the brand new Peg Perego stroller they received from his in-laws is fantastic but it's too heavy for his wife to lift & maneuver... and using a lightweight umbrella stroller was out of the question because most umbrella strollers don't accommodate infant car seats.
The next step is to have a booster seat for your kid. They are recommended for kids over 4 years old. Though it is the five point harness that is safest to be used with children, booster seats lack this facility. Instead, they adjust the kid's height to enable him to use the normal car seat belt. After some time, you could also remove the back rest of the seat until the kid is grown enough to use the normal seat belts of the car.
These are some basics of the types of baby car seats but there are also some accessories to add. The federal law requires new car seats and most vehicles to feature a LATCH or Lower Anchors and Tethers for Children. There is no need to use a seat belt if both the child's seat and the car seats are equipped with LATCH. LATCH comes in rigid and non-rigid attachment options. Generally the rigid ones are the easiest to install but it also depends upon the car seat models and placement of cushions.
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