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Meet Doona: the infant car seat that turns into a stroller!

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Some updates from trade shows just absolutely can’t wait until you get home, so while we’ve already had the Doona Infant Car Seat / Stroller on our radar, after seeing it at the ABC Kids Spring Show today, we wanted to make sure you know about it ASAP! The Doona Infant Car Seat / Stroller merges the components of a ... Read More »

5 things to consider when choosing an infant car seat

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We don’t want to make the job of selecting a car seat even tougher, but in the last few years, car seat technology has taken a giant leap, which gives you even more factors to consider! Read about some cool newer seats here. 1. Is it easy to use? Every expectant parent asks the same question when shopping for infant ... Read More »

An intro to the new breed of infant car seats

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All of the infant car seats that you can purchase anywhere in the US pass certain safety standards, but manufacturers are constantly trying to one-up each other with new technologies that help seats protect kids better, and make them easier to install. Manufacturers have often been hesitant to add these features because they add cost to sourcing, assembly, and production, ... Read More »

No news is good news: no changes for UPPAbaby in 2014

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With the tremendous demand for the ultra-safe, ultra-stylish, easy-to-use MESA, UPPAbaby still has their hands full, so they’re taking a breather for 2014. In the upcoming year, UPPAbaby has no new releases planned – no new products, no new colors, no new accessories. The UPPAbaby 2014 selection is the same as the UPPAbaby 2013 selection – but oh, what an ... Read More »

European Standards vs American Standards: Car Seat Edition

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by Chelsea Abbott There are a few main differences between European car seats and American car seats, one of the most obvious being the European adoption of the ISOfix. This was recommended by the United Nations and utilized by the European Nations in the mid 1990s. The US National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) opted not to utilize this system, ... Read More »