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  • Post time: Nov-07-2018

    The statistics are enough to give any parent a sick feeling: Each week, about a dozen children ages 12 and under are killed in traffic accidents. Many more are injured, sometimes seriously. Research shows that many of these children were not buckled in properly, despite the safety and legal cons...Read more »

  • The Reason Why Child Car Seats Expire
    Post time: Nov-06-2018

    You want to protect your children, but a car seat expiration date is a head-scratcher. It’s not like a car seat is a carton of milk that can go sour, but there are legitimate reasons why car seats come with expiration dates. Paying attention to them can help protect your child. Reasons Why...Read more »

  • How long to keep your child in a rear-facing car seat?
    Post time: Nov-04-2018

    For safety’s sake, it’s best to keep your child rear-facing until she reaches the seat’s maximum height or weight limit. Many parents used to turn the seat to face front as soon as their child celebrated her first birthday. But in 2011 the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) re...Read more »

  • When should my baby move from cot to “Big bed”?
    Post time: Nov-02-2018

    It is advisable to keep your baby in a cot until at least two years of age or even longer if possible. A big cot is always a good idea to accommodate growth till this time. Once babies have progressed to sleeping in a bed, it’s almost impossible to get them back into a cot. When sleeping in a bed...Read more »

  • Types of Car Seats for Your Baby
    Post time: Nov-02-2018

    Car seats are designed to make transporting your baby in a car safer. What type you choose will depend on your baby’s age, height, weight, longevity, and whether or not you want to be able to easily remove the seat. Make sure you get the right seat for your baby’s age and weight, that...Read more »

  • Post time: Oct-31-2018

    Child faces forward too soon Children have large heads and comparatively weak necks, so if a child is facing forward in in a collision, his head can jerk forward suddenly and violently, resulting in spinal injuries. A rear-facing child safety seat better supports the head, neck, and spine by dis...Read more »

  • RIDAKIDS Displayed in CHINA KIDS EXPO 2018
    Post time: Oct-19-2018

    As a bound exhibition with KIND+JUGEND 2018, it was held during Oct. 16 to Oct. 18 in SNEC Shanghai. RIDAKIDS applied a 12㎡ stand and made some simple decoration, displaying their car seats, strollers, highchairs & boosters and some silicone baby products to the visitors. Though not showing...Read more »

  • How can you help sooth your baby’s teething pain?
    Post time: Oct-19-2018

    Firstly, lot of cuddles and attention always help! The lightweight and soft mitt is fastened onto baby’s hand for them to chew on. You can find our baby teething mitt here. They are also great for little ones who chew on their hands and fingers as it can stop them from becoming red, sore an...Read more »

  • I-Size Car Seats
    Post time: Oct-12-2018

    I-Size is a new European standard for car seats. It came into effect in July 2013, with the aim of making buying a car seat simpler and safer. It means that car seats will have to pass more tests in order to be sold. Changes made by this regulation are going to be gradually phased into the UK unt...Read more »

  • Choosing The Right Baby Bouncer
    Post time: Oct-10-2018

    Babies love to sit in their bouncers – they can watch everything that’s going on around them and start discovering the world. They can listen to music and play with their toys, brothers and sisters, and with you, too. Here are a few tips for finding the right bouncer for your baby. Look at the s...Read more »

  • Brilliant At Kind+Jugend 2018
    Post time: Sep-27-2018

    As one of the biggest show for baby products, Kind+Jugend becomes the biggest annually event of our company. From 20 to 23 September 2018, Kind + Jugend recorded 24,700 trade visitors from 123 countries and registered ten percent more visitors than in 2017. The proportion of visitors from abroad ...Read more »

  • Safer Sleep Principles
    Post time: Sep-19-2018

    1.Back to Sleep Put your baby to sleep on his/her back for every sleep, whether it’s naptime or nighttime. 2.Firm Mattress Free of Hazards To reduce the risk of suffocation, put your baby to sleep on a firm mattress with a tight-fitting sheet and no bumper pads, pillows, heavy blankets, com...Read more »

  • About I-Size
    Post time: Sep-06-2018

    I-Size is the new European standard for child car seats. I-Size seats will fit every I-Size approved vehicle and cars will need to be i-Size compliant to achieve the maximum Euro NCAP rating. The I-Size regulations are designed to provide children with additional protection and safety in the car....Read more »

  • Best bassinet for your baby: An expert buyers guide
    Post time: Aug-05-2018

    Both cribs and bassinets serve as safe sleeping space for your new baby. However, there are differences in the two that make one a better choice than the other. For starters, baby cribs can cost $100 or more, which is a financial burden for some new parents. Bassinets, on the other hand, are avai...Read more »

  • Why should I buy a rotating baby car seat?
    Post time: Aug-04-2018

    Swivel car seats, which can turn 360 degrees, are great for getting your baby or toddler in and out of the chair easily. From rear to forward-facing with a simple turn. They’re also all about safety. This is because they usually offer the flexibility of a rear-facing seat for longer. Histor...Read more »

  • Best Baby Bouncer Seats: Expert Buyers Guide
    Post time: Aug-03-2018

    What is a baby bouncer? In it’s simplest form, a baby bouncer consists of a metal frame covered by a soft piece of padded fabric. Your baby lays on the piece of fabric. Each you’re your baby moves and wiggles, the baby bouncer seat will bounce up and down. Baby bouncers are also commonly known as...Read more »

  • Welcome to Visit us in Kind + Jugend 2018
    Post time: Aug-02-2018

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  • Post time: Aug-01-2018

    One of the only times that you will leave your baby unattended is while your little one sleeps. Because of this, it is absolutely vital that you choose a safe baby crib. There are so many different types of baby cribs available, how do you choose the right crib for your baby? I have created a hig...Read more »

  • When to Move Your Baby to a Booster Seat
    Post time: Jul-22-2018

    How and when to make the transition If you don’t live in the most spacious of digs, high chairs can take up a surprising amount of room. For example, if you live in a small apartment with cozy, eat-in kitchen, you might be eagerly awaiting the day your son or daughter can transition to a s...Read more »

  • When Can a Baby Sit Up in a High Chair?
    Post time: Jul-14-2018

    Every baby will be a little different, but most parents can expect that their little one will be ready to sit up in a high chair around 4 to 6 months. You may be able to start a little sooner with a reclining high chair. Many parents are eager for this time because transitioning into a chair can...Read more »

  • The Lowdown on High Chairs
    Post time: Jul-12-2018

    High chairs are typically designed for use from infancy to three years of age, with a top weight limit of around 50 pounds. Here are some important factors to consider when shopping: Safety First Safety features are a top consideration. Look for these main components: A crotch post; a safety-res...Read more »

  • Why is a Playpen Better Than a Regular Crib?
    Post time: Jul-09-2018

    As a caregiver or parent you need to stay your little one safe. This takes account of utilizing the best tool in order to keep then secure inside your home, while you are on a holiday and while tripping your family or friends house. The usage of playpen even before has been recognized to assist ...Read more »

  • Mama Bag
    Post time: Jul-08-2018

    A mama bag is usually a treat for a new mum to buy, but when you’re looking remember to consider substance as well as style. Before you even start to look around for one, have a think about your lifestyle to decide what you need. For example, will it need to be unisex? Would you prefer a shoulde...Read more »

  • What to look for when buying Bottles
    Post time: Jul-07-2018

    Bottle material: Glass, silicone, plastic, and stainless steel are the most common materials. 1.Plastic is light, ubiquitous, shatterproof and inexpensive, but parents worry about chemicals even in BPA-free plastic (read more about BPA in Important Safety Notes, below). Plastic bottles also dete...Read more »

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