Car Seat & More
If your following me on Snapchat you would have seen me down in Bella Baby Cork picking up my car seat for baby JJ. It’s the first of the essential items that I need and I felt so comfortable leaving it in the hands of the highly trained staff in the store.
When it comes to baby stuff I am clueless .
I visited the store a few months back and had a really in depth consultation. I found this extremely helpful. As much as people/friends advise you everyones circumstances, lifestyle and budget are all different so it’s important to have it tailored to you and baby.
In this blog post I have listed the items I have gotten so far, I copied the information directly from the site so that I can give you the accurate specifications on each item.
I don’t want to give my personal views on this sort of topic as these are safety products.
YouTube video on the items click here
I went for a light grey and cream one which I adore. When I first saw it I knew I had to have it as I wanted something bright but classic.
Pebble Plus Maxi-Cosi Car Seat and 2 Way Fix Base
Maxi-Cosi recommends using this car seat with the 2WayFix Base, providing the safest IsoFix installation and a highly convenient click-and-go system.
Click here for seat base
Ease of use
- Compatible with the Maxi-Cosi 2wayFix Base – the safest way to transport an infant in a car
- Innovative easy-in harness stays open to easily place the baby in the seat
- Removable and washable cover without moving the harness – great for spit ups and keeping it clean!
- Comfortable baby-hugg inlay offers a better fit and lying position for the newborn
- Integrated sun canopy to protect the baby from the sun
- Improved safety standards provide additional safety for head and neck
- Impact material in top side wings offers extra comfort and side-impact safety
Up to 4 years of rearward facing safety in combination with 2wayFix
I also picked up a rain cover Click here
Respisense Ditto Monitor
This is not for everyone but this was top of my list as I just needed to be able to relax and my friend told me she swore by this.
A unique ‘use anywhere’ device, the Respisense Ditto Breathing Monitor simply clips onto the waistband of baby’s nappy and quietly without notice or intrusion monitors baby’s tummy movements. The Respisense Ditto will activate a gentle tickling stimulus to the tummy if no movement is detected after 15 seconds which is normally sufficient for baby to begin breathing normally again. If there is no further response after another 5 seconds the monitor will trigger an alarm to alert the parent/carer. A truly portable monitor, the Respisense Ditto Breathing Monitor can be used wherever your baby falls asleep.
· Respisense Ditto Breathing Monitor is a portable monitor designed to monitor your baby’s breathing when they are sleeping by sounding an alarm if no movement is detected after 20 seconds.
· Delivers a gentle tickling stimulus to the baby’s tummy is no movement detected after 15 seconds (this is usually enough for baby to begin breathing again).
· A unique ‘use anywhere’ device, it simply clips onto the waistband of baby’s nappy and quietly and without intrusion monitors babys tummy movements.
· Can also be attached to baby’s pants, vest and baby grow.
· The Respisense Ditto Breathing Monitor weighs just 1oz (32 grams).
Designed for parents who want to keep an eye on their child while driving. Thanks to its easy adjustment and wide angle view, the mirror is a must-have for every parent and it does not obstruct rear visibility.
Designed for observing your child seating a rear-facing car seat, the Safety 1st back seat car mirror can easily and quickly be installed by attaching the straps to the headrest of a rear seat. This mirror needs to be installed at an adjoining seat and not directly on the seat where the car seat is located.
– Large mirror allows for parent to see their child better
– Quick and easy to install
– Adjustable straps simply secure the mirror to the headrest
– Adjustable arm allows for the mirror to be positioned at any angle
– Ideal for parents to keep an eye on rear facing child
Hope you enjoyed my first blog post on baby stuff, I will do another when I collect my buggy and other bits I get.
Lisa & Bump xx