More people now want to shop local, and that’s a good thing! It allows you to support the local economy, the hardworking entrepreneurs in your own town, city or neighbourhood. Going to local shops is always a good idea. If you are still in doubt, we can hopefully convince you, because when it comes to baby shopping, there are three reasons why shopping locally (or in the web shop of a local entrepreneur!) is better.
It can sometimes be quite tricky for parents to work out how to transport several children in a car. But with the BeSafe range you can find all the i-Size car seats you need to safely transport your children from the moment they are born to the age of around 12 years!
Barely launched on the market and it's already picked up a prize! The BeSafe iZi Modular A X1 i-Size has been awarded the Bronze Product Safety Award! This car seat is a real pioneer thanks to the unique Active Retract Harness, which ensures the belts constantly adapt to your child.
Are you looking for a car seat for your child? Then your best option is to choose a car seat that has been approved under the UN R129 or i-Size standards. From 1 September 2023, it will no longer be possible to sell car seats in the EU that comply with the old ECE R44 standard. But what exactly is this i-Size regulation? And why is it so much safer than the previous ECE R44 standard? Don’t worry, we’ll tell you all you need to know!
You can use a group 2/3 car seat from the age of about 4 years (or a height of 1 m). Highback booster car seats from BeSafe will protect children up to the age of approximately 12 years (or 1.35 m in height). By following these steps, you will know if it’s safe to transport your child without a car seat.
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.
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