Many parents start off with a soft inward-facing wrap carrier, which helps support baby's tiny back and neck. At around five months – when baby can hold up their own head – they're ready for a front facing baby carrier.
Regulations around backless booster seats are changing. There's no need to panic, they're not changes to the car seat laws. But so you know your stuff, here's a quick guide on what's changing so you can get up to speed.
From ISOFIX to i-Size, choosing the right car seat for your little one can be very confusing. Take a look at these handy guides, or visit one of our trained advisers in Mothercare stores who can help you choose the correct car seat for your child and your vehicle.
From the moment your baby leaves hospital right up until they reach 135cm (approx. 12 years old) they will need to travel in a car seat for every journey. There are several different types of car seat to choose from to suit your family as they grow.
ISOFIX is the safest way for your little one to travel, so to help you understand ISOFIX a little bit better, what it is and what types of ISOFIX seats there are out there, here's a handy little guide.