Is it really comfortable? Also, did you use any car seat protector before installing the pico? Please let me know.
Totally agree! I’m a doctor and this is what I tell my patients and it’s how we roll too. My daughter is REALLY tall and absolutely unable to go rear facing, hence the pico.I would consider something like that for a travel seat since it's very light weight and folds down. However for a daily use car seat you want to keep the child facing rearwards for as long as possible until they are physically too large for a rear facing car seat, crash data out of countries that have done extensive study in this area show that rear facing children fare FAR better in crashes than children in forward facing car seats. That car seat is front facing only.
Totally agree! I’m a doctor and this is what I tell my patients and it’s how we roll too. My daughter is REALLY tall and absolutely unable to go rear facing, hence the pico.
Any recommendations for baby car seats?I really enjoy this talk about car seat safety, BTW. I’m my clinic’s car seat guru and am really happy to see it being discussed like this. It’s so important to have the right seat, secured in the correct way, with straps and headrest adjusted so that it properly fits your child.
FYI. We have a wayB for our child and have recently been notified of a safety recall. Apparently the head rest tubes may break off and separate the head rest from the seat back. It’s recommended to stop using the seat and to contact Pico.
Check for Recalls: Vehicle, Car Seat, Tire, Equipment
Stay safe. It is a great seat though and I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend it as well once they fix this problem.