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Car Seats
Did you know that a car seat is the only baby gear item you're legally required to buy? Even if you don't have a car, most hospitals won't let you take your newborn baby home until you have them securely fastened in a car seat. That's why it's an absolute registry must-have. There are four basic types of car seats you need to know about, and you can read up on all of them in our Car Seat Guide. The difference between them has to do with the size your child. Up first: Infant car seats. Designed to fit babies up to 6-9 months, they're made to be portable, so you can switch your sleeping baby in and out of the car easily. Toddler seats hold children from around 6 months of age until about 4 years or 40 lbs,. and remain rear-facing in your car until your baby is 1-year-old. Once your little one has outgrown a toddler seat, transition them to a booster seat It's basically a mini version of a regular car seat with added safety features and a weight capacity of up to 100 lbs. Your other option? Save money and buy a convertible car seat, which can either transition from infant seat to toddler seat or toddler seat to booster seat! Whatever your needs, we should be able to help.
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