You want the best for your child. You don’t want them to be cold so you bundle them up to keep them warm (Reminds me of the definition of a sweater… something you have to put on when Mom is cold!).
That’s all fine and good when they’re playing outside but when it comes time to put them in their car seat, those extra layers could present a safety hazard.
The harnesses on a car seat is designed to function when it is tight up against your little ones’ body. Anything, including that nice thick down coat, that sits between the harness and your child’s body can hinder the proper functioning of the car seat.
Watch the video from wcax.com to learn more