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Find out what you should look for when purchasing a toddler car seat. Plus, take a peek at our top picks for seats on the market.
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) has tested 60 booster seats to find the ones that best protect your child.
Find out when to switch to from a rear- to front-facing car seat.
A recommendation from Consumer Reports says babies older than 1 should be moved from infant car seats to rear-facing convertible seats.
Learn the mistakes that parents most often make, and how to avoid them.
Be ready for anything with a well-stocked diaper bag. Use this checklist to make sure that you're ready for your outing with baby.
Learn when to switch your car seat.
You would never buy a purse with baby bears all over it, so why buy a diaper bag like that when you're carrying it just as much? These grown-up bags don't scream that they have bottles and wipes inside, and most will carry you from playdate to date night. Best of all, most are under $100.
When shopping for a car seat, safety is always top of mind. There's only one way to take baby home from the hospital, and that is in an infant-safe car seat. Here are some tips for choosing the safest possible car seat for your little one.
Install you car seat safely and easily.
Manufacturers have seriously upped their game when it comes to protecting kids, but there are a few booster seats that still don't pass the test.
Helpful and adorable stroller accessories.
What makes a stroller suitable for jogging and the safest way to use one.
How to safely use a stroller.
Learn how to properly install a car seat and keep your baby safe while riding in the car.
We like diaper bags that appeal to our sense of style. No offense to bags with duckies or bears, but moms are grown-ups! Here are just a few out of the huge range of options, from bare bones to bells and whistles.
Many parents are letting their young kids ride alongside them in the front seat or improperly buckling up their kids when they sit in the back. And the result is, millions of kids are regularly placed at greater risk of serious injury or death, new studies show.
Here are five brilliant ways your child can trick out his schoolbag to make it all his own.
If you've got a due date, then you've got your eye on baby gear! Try these ideas for getting all the right stuff with plenty of time to enjoy the process.
How can I find out if my infant car seat is installed correctly?
The ins and outs of a good double stroller.