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Easy alternatives to car seats for travel? Three favorites on sale now with FREE shipping!

Looking for ways to streamline holiday travel with your child – without compromising safety?  The RideSafer travel vest Three of my favorite car seat alternatives are on sale now, bundled with the Take-Along Travels with Baby tips guide to help keep your whole brood safe, happy, and healthy – and perhaps even a little better…

What can you do if your child’s car seat doesn’t fit in the airplane seat?
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What can you do if your child’s car seat doesn’t fit in the airplane seat?

As discussed in the post “Will your car seat be allowed on the airplane?”, whenever boarding an airplane you should be ready and able to point to the FAA approval on your car seat (side or bottom label) or in your car seat’s manual in some cases. (Pssst! Remember there’s ALL kinds of help and advice…

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Important tips for using child safety seats during travel in Australia

Don’t miss Sydney: 5 Best with Kids Under 5 One common misconception among the American parents I hear from is that our car seats and our car seat laws in the U.S. are the toughest anywhere. Not so. In fact, the European branded car seats you may purchase here are manufactured to meet our FMV…

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Traveler beware: Car seat laws in Costa Rica are stricter than those in the U.S.

Many travelers are surprised to learn that Costa Rica, though still categorized as a developing nation and famed for its rugged and largely unpaved roads, has car seat laws. What may surprise traveling parents even more, however, is to learn that those car seat and safety booster laws are actually stricter than current child passenger…

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Win a “Go Hybrid” portable travel car seat from Safety 1st! ($199 value)

I just finished up my review of the Safety 1st Go Hybrid travel car seat at TravelswithBaby.com, and now it’s your turn to weigh in on how you think this car seat might help a traveling family such as yours with a chance to win your own (a $199 value)! To enter to win, just…