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The gifts are wrapped, the halls are decked and the turkey’s in the oven – or, is that a bun cooking in the oven?
When you’re pregnant at Christmas, there are a few more things to consider than in typical years. In fact, carrying your very own gift-wrapped cargo might leave you feeling even more festive than usual.
At the same time, that added consideration of tackling Christmas when you’re pregnant might mean a little forward planning is in order.
Of course, there are the usual changes that are a given: no eggnog and brie for you! But what else is worth bearing in mind to help you plan for Christmas when you’re pregnant?
5 tips to make being pregnant at Christmas easier
At Maxi-Cosi we don’t believe that you should have to substitute style and quality when becoming a parent. In fact, we believe that you should be able to find a stroller and baby capsule that perfectly aligns with your own style. You are still you after all.
Can you think of a more unimaginable moment as a parent?
The screeching of tyres, the imminent crash you know you are helpless to avoid; and the haze of those first few moments after impact.
Can you imagine being involved in an accident with your newborn in the car?
The world is waiting for you! People to see, places to go, things to see. Travelling with your child will always be an adventure, so follow these key safety tips, and then get ready to hit the road.
Taking your child out in the car is a great shared experience, whether you’re just popping out to the park or going further afield. Naturally, you want the reassurance that your child will travel safely and happily and a properly fitted baby car seat will be your first priority.
Why rear-facing travel?
As parents we all want the safest option for our children. Despite Australian Law where parents are legally able to turn their children's car seat to forward facing at six months, we at Maxi-Cosi recommend keeping your child rearward facing up to 30 months (or as close to that as possible) as there are studies that show that it is far safer to keep them rear facing for longer.
Why facing backwards is better
In an accident, a rear-facing car seat reduces impact on a baby’s vulnerable head and neck. That’s why it’s safer to keep using a rear facing seat – even when your child outgrows his baby car seat.
Top Rules for Purchasing and Installing a Baby Car Seat
How do you know you’ve purchased the best car seat and installed it in such a way that it will keep the child as safe as possible in case you get into an accident? Read on to find out more...