Consumer Reports is urging parents to buy a convertible car seat sooner, rather than later, to protect young children from head injuries.
The new guidelines advise parents to make the switch from infant seat to rear-facing convertible car seat by the child’s first birthday. The switch may need to be made even sooner, depending upon the child’s height and weight.
The testing done by Consumer Reports found that the rear-facing seats offered additional protection for the head, compared to the infant seats.
The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends parents keep children in rear-facing seats until age 2 and laws in several states require such seats. The new Consumer Reports recommendation does not change the need for two car seats, only suggests that parents consider switching to the rear-facing option sooner rather than later.
The event formerly known as Home World has a new name and new location.Get totally inspired for spring as you find hundreds of ways to improve your home. Make your home the one you really want. Show open daily duringmall hours. Admission is free!
Landscaping and Outdoors
Get ready for Spring and Summer and transform your outdoor space into something that feels like you’re on vacation
Make sure to visit our demonstration stage during the entire show. There will be exciting demonstrations on how to re-purpose and design thanks to Monarch Market Affair.
Meet Barry Williams from The Brady Bunch
Join us as we welcome Me-TV superstar Barry Williams who played the iconic Greg Brady from The Brady Bunch TV Show. Meet him and get an autograph on February 10th stage side at center court in front of Macy’s.
The line will start forming when the Mall Opens, and Barry’s First appearance will be at 11 a.m.
Come prepared with your camera or cell phone for the Meet and Greet.