I get so many questions from parents about when their child is ready to make the move to a booster and when they can ditch the booster all together. So I decided to make a little video with my son Ben’s Nuna AACE booster seat. He's almost 7 years old and moved from his forward facing 5 point harness car seat to this high back booster at 6.5 years old. He will be able to use this for many years to come, as it transitions into a no back booster for bigger kids.
In this video I'll go over proper use, appropriate ages and stages, and a very important safety tip that is often overlooked by parents when a booster seat is in the car.
If you’re in need of an amazing booster seat, infant seat, toddler seat, or stroller, make sure you check out the selection of beautiful Nuna products at Love Me Do. They will be 15% off until June 4th. This is an incredible savings, so don’t miss out. The best part is, you can get complimentary car seat installation by their amazing certified car seat technician on any seat you purchase in store. That's a huge value.
If you want to learn more about safe car seat and booster use, check out this great handout from the Child Passenger Safety Association of Canada. Since all provinces and territories vary in their regulations you can get full details on current laws from the Ontario Ministry of Transportation and a summary of other provinces and territories here.
I hope you enjoy the video. Please feel free to comment below with any questions or topics you would like covered in the future.
In this post:
Love Me Do Baby & Maternity: Nuna AACE Booster Seat | Homesense: Basket & Throw Pillows | Mur Lifestyle: Black and White Blanket in Basket | Ikea: Ektorp Couch & Blanket | Bird Apparel: Care's Poncho Shirt (See note in link to special order) | Lorena Canals: Rug | Bensound: Music, Ukulele Clip
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*The information in this video is meant to help you learn about booster seats. Please always read your car manual and booster/car seat manual to ensure compatibility and proper secure installation and use. The information provided does not constitute individual advice or consultation and should not be used as such.