In Belgium children under 1m35 must be transported in a car seat that is adapted to their weight or height. From around 1 year you should use a group 1 car seat. Usually you can continue using it until your child is 4, but how do you know for sure that it's time to switch to a car seat for older children?
Babies are extremely sensitive to high temperatures. This is because they cannot regulate their body temperature yet, which means that mums and dads have to be extra vigilant. These tips can help you keep your baby cool on hot summer days!
Parenting doesn't always turn out the way you expected. Unfortunately, your baby doesn't come with a manual. So what do you do when the crying doesn't stop? We collected the best tips and practices from our BABYmatters team.
In Belgium, children up to 1m35 must be transported in a car seat adapted to their weight or length. A group 0 car seat is used from birth. You can usually use these up until the age of 1, but how do you know for sure when it's time to switch to a group 1 car seat?
From birth, babies crave skin-to-skin contact. Carrying your little one ergonomically in a baby carrier is the ultimate solution to comfort them or keep them close to your body. On hot days, however, this might not always seem easy. After all, babies are not yet able to regulate their body temperature properly, especially at extreme temperatures. The tips below will help you outsmart the summer heat and make baby wearing as comfortable as possible for your baby and yourself!
For more than 30 years, the BeSafe car seat brand has been manufacturing rear-facing car seats, which have been shown to be 5 times safer than those that face forwards. BeSafe has drawn on its years of experience and expertise to develop a brand new, innovative car seat: the iZi Turn-B i-Size!
When Noah reached the milestone of 12 kg, his mom Lisa (@crispandhazy) decided it was time for a comfortable, ergonomic carrier. One she could use to let her son discover the world around him. In the BeSafe Haven carrier, her family finally found their ‘partner in crime’.
Are you expecting a baby in autumn? Then it's high time to wrap up your baby registry or newborn essentials list and gather all the necessary items. We have rounded up five products that are must-haves for your autumn baby!
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