The Car Seat Explainer Video Every Parent Needs To Watch Is Here

The Car Seat Explainer Video Every Parent Needs To Watch Is Here

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Having kids means car seats — lots of them. It also means questions, lots and lots of questions. How do you know if the angle is right? When should they be front-facing? When should they be in a booster? We know it can be totally confusing. We get it, and that’s why we’re here to give you the straight talk, mother-to-mother. Get ready to be momsplained.

For more useful information, check out these links:

When Should Your Child Turn Forward-Facing?

When Is a Child Ready to Use a Booster Seat?

What Is Latch? (talks about lower anchors and tethers)

Car Seat Inspection Help from National Highway Traffic Safety Administration