Friday, July 10, 2009

MomBloggersPlanet Cutest Baby in CAR SEAT Contest

Hi Moms and Dads Out there....

Inilah first time Qaseh masuk contest... Bila mengetahui MomBloggers Planet menganjurkan contest, tercuit pula untuk mencuba

Actually I'm started using this car seat since she was 2 months due we used it for along journey to travel back to home town both my husband and I and we are really aware of the safety features.Sometimes when I'm alone to bring my daughter for medical check up , its really make me more confidents during driving .

Banyak juga kebaikan when we used car seat:

1) Kita boleh mengajar anak kita lebih berdisiplin dan mengenal peraturan dari awal lagi

2) Menjamin keselamatannya

3) Kita lebih yakin semasa memandu, terutama ketika bersendirian bersama bayi.

Hi...yea yea...mama nak bawa Qaseh pergi jalan...

Full Name:Qaseh Nur Alya Syuhada Binti Muhamad Hafizd

Age: 10 Months (12 September 2008 - in Penang)

nak jalan ni? Qaseh dah ready

Mama, Qaseh rasa mengantuk pulak....

Bila nak sampai ni mama...

Bagi Qaseh camera tu, I'm bored

Really bored....nampaknya tak lama lagi, mama kena belikan Qaseh car seat yang baru, yang lebih sesuai untuk Qaseh yang tak lama lagi nak masuk setahun...dapat Qaseh tengok permandangan di luar.


One of the easiest ways to protect our children is to buckle them up every time they are in the car. But too many parents allow infants to ride unprotected in cars. Make sure your baby always rides in an approved car safety seat. The safest car seat for your child is the one that fits him or her properly and is installed correctly. Here are a few general guidelines:

Birth to 20 pounds/ 1 year.
Use a rear-facing infant safety seat. Some manufacturers now offer seats that have a higher weight limit, making it easier for you to keep your child in a rear-facing seat for the full first year.
20 to 40 pounds/ 1 to 4 years.
Use a forward-facing child safety seat. A convertible seat can be changed from the rear-facing to the forward-facing position once your child has reached the rear-facing weight limit and is at least 1 year of age. Once your child has reached the weight limit on their forward-facing or convertible safety seat, or their ears line up with the top of the car seat, it is time to transition into a belt-positioning booster seat.
40 to 80 pounds/ 4 years of age and older.
Use a belt-positioning booster child safety seat. A belt-positioning booster seat raises your child so that the lap and shoulder belt fit properly, while protecting the child’s head and upper body. Be aware that a different type of booster seat called a “shield booster” is not approved for children more than 40 pounds.
80 pounds and over/ 4’9” and taller.
When children are able to sit with their feet on the ground, back straight against the back seat cushion, and knees over the edge of the seat cushion without slouching, it is time for them to use a seat belt. The lap belt should lie on their hips, rather than their stomach and the shoulder belt should fit across the shoulder, not the neck or throat. Both the lap AND the shoulder belt should always be used.

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