The first step to take before choosing car seats for your baby is to check your state laws regarding car seats. Child seats must meet federal safety standards.
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.
For many of us that means we are going to have to go through three separate kid car seats before out child can safely buckle up without any assistance. What we hope to do here is give you an idea of what to get and when to get it to insure your kid has a safe ride.
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