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  • Luckily, I won a Britax car seat for my grandson, so no worries about it measuring up safety wise

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  • Even at an incredibly young age, some toys are made specific for little ones. Generally, baby boys perform with construction toys as well as baby girls with little girls houses. But babies tend not to really understand the differences between your two and would are more than happy to play with each one or both. More generally than not, babies play pretend games after they use their doll houses or construction toys. When baby boys play with their sister’s or friend’s little girls houses, for example, they usually play a special role inside the pretend game. http://www.babyography.net.au/SteelCraft

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  • i think that those seats that are expensive are worth it! that means that they have many more safety aspects like more conturing for a newborn and more bumpers etc

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  • Love the idea that the kids will be using a restraint longer than til they are four, protection and safety are paramount.

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  • Thanks for the updated info! Need to double check out chairs to see they are still in the guidelines.

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  • Great to see that kids will be able to be harnessed in for longer. 4 yo is not long enough or old enough to be in a normal seatbelt.

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  • Its good to know that these changed standards are making it safer for babies and toddlers and young children.

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  • good that they are always improving and making it safer for the little ones

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  • I love the fact that the standards change, it means they are improving, thanks

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  • Thanks for explaining some of the new standards. They change them all the time and it’s hard to keep up to date.

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  • Thanks for sharing these great tips and ideas it’s great for mums to know about this.

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  • My eldest is 8 and still uses a booster seat.

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  • The new restraint rules are so complicated. Thanks for the clarification.

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  • I am definitely having second thoughts about turning the car seat around too early.

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