Face it, babies need a lot of stuff. A short trip to the store can seem like you're packing for a week in the woods camping trip. Diapers, wipes, bottles, blanket, towel, changing mat, baby food and who knows what all else. Oh and don't forget the infant carrier.
Let's have a look at infant seats first. The first thing to look out for when buying an infant car seat is to check that the safety is a 5 point safety harness. These are better than the 3 point harnesses. Check that the seat can be easily and tightly secured to the rear seat in the car. Also consider how easy it is to release and whether it is lightweight since you will probably use it to carry your baby to and from your car.
Check the seat for any irregularities in its design. Look for areas that are susceptible to breaking and wearing out. The baby seat should be lightweight and easy to manage, yet tough enough to ensure the safety of your child. Remember that the most important aspect here is safety. So keep a parent's eye out for any design flaws that could contribute to such.
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