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FAQ
Strollers
How old should my baby be before they are able to sit in the upright seat of a Stroller?
How can I use your Baby Jogger strollers with an infant?
Which wheel size is right for me?
Car Seats
Why should I have my child in a child restraint? Why do I need a seatbelt?
How long should children be in a car seat? In their seatbelt?
When should a child be put into a booster?
My car seat was in a crash. Can I still use it?
What is the safest position for my car seat?
Feeding
What kind of bottle should I use?
When Do I Need a Baby High Chair?
Baby Proofing Your Home
Why should I baby proof my home?
When is the best time to Start baby proofing my Home?
Where do I begin to baby proof?

Strollers    Top


Q. How old should my baby be before they are able to sit in the upright seat of a Stroller?     Top

A. Our strollers and joggers can be used for children from approximately six months to five-years-old. We do not recommend placing your baby in the seat of the jogger until they are able to sit and hold their head up without assistance


Q. How can I use your Baby Jogger strollers with an infant?    Top

A. Most of our strollers have a car seat adaptor or bassinet/pram available (as an accessory) to accommodate a newborn. It is important to remember though, that newborns are more vulnerable to outside conditions and should be appropriately protected from the heat, cold and wind.


Q. Which wheel size is right for me?    Top

A. We suggest the following guidelines so you can choose the right wheel size for your needs:

  • 6" & 8" Wheel - Ideal for indoor strolls, walking on pavement or smooth urban terrain. These smaller lightweight wheels are perfect for everyday use.
  • 12" Wheel - Perfect for walking on grass, trails, sidewalks or in stores
  • 16" Wheel -Great for walking or jogging and is still very easy to store and transport. It's large enough to handle snow and sand yet still small enough to fit into tight spaces.
  • 20" Wheel - Serious runners adore this model. It's easy to maneuver and provides a very smooth and secure ride for the child. Large wheels easily handle rough terrain.


Car Seats    Top


Q. Why should I have my child in a child restraint? Why do I need a seatbelt?    Top

A. Motor vehicle crashes are the #1 killer of children from ages 1 to 14 Years Old. About 50% of these deaths to children under 5 involved children that were unrestrained. Of those that were restrained, misuse is reported in 80-95% of cases. Injuries requiring hospitalization are even more common, and many involve the head, neck, and spine. Some of these injuries are permanent. Child restraints are VERY effective for reducing deaths and injuries.


Q. How long should children be in a car seat? In their seatbelt?    Top

A. Children should be in an appropriate safety seat until they are about 8 years old, unless they are already 4 feet and 9 inches or taller. After that, they should be properly seated with a lap and shoulder belt. Children 12 and under should remain in the rear seat.  All passengers should wear lap AND shoulder belts at all times.


Q. When should a child be put into a booster?    Top

A. Many convertible and forward-facing seats have 40 pound weight limits when using the harness. A convertible or forward-facing seat with a 5-point harness is the safest option for children from 30-40 pounds who are not too tall for their forward-facing car seat. If a child's shoulders are above the level of the top slots in their regular car seat, or the tops of their ears are above the top of the shell, then they may be able to move to a booster or another forward-facing seat which accommodates taller children. Usually a child can be moved to a booster when they are too big for a harnessed car seat, and once they are able to sit properly in a seatbelt. A child should be in some type of booster seat until around 8 years old, unless they are already 4' 9" tall.


Q. My car seat was in a crash. Can I still use it?    Top

A. The general recommendation is NO. You must replace it and destroy the old one so it can never be used again.


Q. What is the safest position for my car seat?    Top

A. The center of the rear seat is usually safest since it is farthest from a possible side impact, but only if your car seat fits well in that position.  Any position in the rear seat is acceptable unless prohibited by the vehicle or child seat owner's manual.


Feeding    Top


Q. What kind of bottle should I use?    Top

A. There are many different kinds of bottles, including wide-mouth and disposable. To start out, you will probably need at least six bottles, that way you don't have to wash the bottle after every feeding. Wide-mouth bottles make formula preparation easiest, especially when using powdered formula. The opening is larger than in other bottles, so there is less chance of the formula spilling over the sides. Disposable bottles use a new liner for each feeding. Place the liner in the bottle, pour the formula in, screw the cap on, and go. Once the bottle is finished, simply throw out the liner and rinse the nipple out. The pros of using disposable bottles is that clean-up is much easier, each new liner is sterile, and all of the air can be pushed out of the bottle, helping babies to swallow less air, which, in turn, can cause less gas. The only drawback of disposables is that you always have to buy new liners, which can become expensive.


Q. When Do I Need a Baby High Chair?    Top

A. There is no time-frame for getting high chairs for babies, you should probably plan to have one after your baby reaches 6 months.


Baby Proofing Your Home    Top


Q. Why should I baby proof my home?    Top

A. Your home should be a safe place for your infants and toddlers. Your home is where your child will spend most of their time playing and exploring and it is important to make sure their environment is safe.


Q. When is the best time to Start baby proofing my Home?    Top

A. You should plan early and begin to make your home safe for your child even before they are born.


Q. Where do I begin to baby proof?    Top

A. The best way to begin to baby proof is to get on your knees and crawl around just like your child would do. Make sure all choking hazards are away from your child`s reach. All stair cases must be blocked off. All cabinets with cleaning supplies and medications should be locked up and electrical sockets should be covered up.



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