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  • SnugLock Technology/ A Hassle-Free 3-Step Installation/ Helps Protect Rear-Facing Infants From 4 - 35 lb And Up To 32"/ 1-Hand Adjustable Handle/ Silent Shade Canopy/ Removable Newborn Head And Body Support Cushions Baby/ Rigorously Crash Tested To Meet Or Exceed U.S. Safety Standards/ Tansy Pattern And Pink Finish
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Keeping your baby safe is the top priority of every parent. Baby proofing your life requires a lot of gear, perhaps the most important of which is the car seat. Although laws differ from state to state, most require parents to use a series of kids car seats to keep their children safe. As a child grows, their safety needs change. Rear-facing car seats are the safest option for your child in the first year or two of their life and are therefore required in most states. After a year or two, your child can graduate to a front facing car seat that maintains their safety and makes it easier to keep an eye on them. As your kids continue to grow, they can move out of the chair and into a booster seat that helps them safely use the cars standard seat belts.

Making sure you have the right kids car seats can be a hassle, but it can also save your child's life. Rather than buying a new car seat every couple years, consider a convertible or 4-in-1 car seat. These adaptable devices will keep your baby safe today and for years to come. And while 4-in-1's are an excellent option, some parents prefer owning a variety of car seats for their kids as they grow. Those that focus on a single configuration are often less expensive than convertible designs. And, should you add another member to your family, having a rear facing car seat ready to go will be one less thing you have to worry about. Whichever option works best for you, just make sure your loved one is secure. Shop our selection of car seats to find one that fits your needs while keeping your child safe.