We all know that rear facing car seats are safest for newborns, and the UK government now advise that all babies should be kept rear facing until they are at least 15 months old. This means that 15 months is the absolute minimum age a child should be turned to forward face, but many parents misunderstand this to mean that once a child is 15 months a forward facing seat is just as safe if not safer. The fact is even after your baby reaches 15 months, rear facing remains safer.
At the beginning of the month we took our first family holiday abroad, And Thomas`s first plane ride, to Gran Canaria. We had an amazing time and visited some beautiful places while we were there. I only booked for a week because I was worried about how Tom would cope in the heat, he’s such… Continue reading First Time Flyer