This is a very important post and possibly could save the life of someone you love. Anyone with older or bigger kids knows they can’t WAIT to get out of their car seats and into booster seats.
If you’re like me, you were a bit hesitant to let them get into a booster but after a stint pulling the seatbelt-over-the-carseat trick I finally, reluctantly, gave in to the booster seat.
We’ve been testing SeatSnug these past few weeks for boy2001’s booster seat. All that jiggling in the seat is history! If I had known about SeatSnug I wouldn’t have been nervous about making the switch.
It’s really amazingly simple, the SeatSnug simply cinches the lap belt so the child is anchored down in case of collision or drastic manuveuring. If your child suffers from motion sickness this could be a great way to alleviate their symptoms AND keep them safe in their seats.
The video available on the SeatSnug website illustrates perfectly what the issue is. If it looks familiar to you, get yourself one of these. The installation is pretty simple, I suggest watching the SeatSnug videos several times before you go out to the car to install. If you’re driving this holiday week it might be a great idea to pick on of these up.
- the SeatSnug is designed to stay on at all times, just flip the ON/OFF switch. ON for the child, OFF when an adult or anyone else will use the seatbelt.
- loose lap belts often contribute to child injury even though the buckle was fastened correctly
- SeatSnug will increase security and comfort for the child