Forward Facing Harness Fit Check

The correct use of the harness is a critical to its effectiveness.

Installing your child’s seat correctly is just one of the many important parts of properly using that seat. Using the harness correctly plays a vital role in protecting your child in the event of a sudden stop or crash.
Be sure that you check the harness periodically since it will need to be adjusted as your child grows. And remember to always consult your manual for how and when to make those adjustments.

Bargain or Bust?

Sometimes budgets are tight and dollars need to be stretched. But sometimes caregivers discover that their bargain was actually a bust. 😦
Super Car Seat Geek is committed to helping you keep your child as safe as possible no matter what your budget is. You’re always welcome to message for help.

PA Child Passenger Safety Law Infographic

In 2016 PA joined a growing number of states by passing a law requiring children to remain rear facing until at least age 2. While I was rather disappointed to see that updates weren’t made across the board, I was (and still am) thrilled about this change.
It’s important to remember that regardless of where you live, laws rarely require best practice across the board. This often leaves caregivers feeling confused, so I included some suggestions on this infographic.

Bulky Costumes Don’t Belong in the Seat!

Spiderman Costume Radian Nell Barker
Boo! Sure your kids costumes are adorable but bulky padding or frilly dresses can add a surprising amount of dangerous slack into the harness in the event of a crash. Keep your little superhero (or princess) safe this Halloween by removing their costumes prior to hopping in the car! Happy Haunting!