We have been in the child passenger safety world for a long time. So we get it why some experts would not consider Tummy Shield a prenatal must-have […]
People often ask, “Is the Tummy Shield safe to use?” And “How was the Tummy Shield tested for safety?” These are understandable questions. Before we get into the […]
What better gift for the holidays than a gift of safety and comfort in the car?
Car seats may not be the most exciting gift but keeping a loved one safe if there is a crash can mean more than toys or electronics. The fact is car crashes are the number one cause of child fatalities for children between the ages of 1 and 13. Car crashes are also the largest cause of fatal injuries for pregnant women and their unborn babies. […]
A comparison of two car crashes during pregnancy? Other than the outcome; devastating in one and a miracle in the other. […]
“The major role that motor vehicle injuries have on reported traumatic fetal injury deaths was shown and a significant new challenge for child passenger safety advocates is indicated.” […]
We find more and more choices in pregnancy seatbelt positioner devices available all the time. This is good in a sense because it means more people are realizing […]
In a word, yes. Yes, the Tummy Shield is a necessary prenatal item. But don’t take our word for it, here are the studies, statistics and real life results that make us say yes. […]
Many pregnant woman wonder about correct seat belt use during pregnancy. Some find the seat belt uncomfortable and hope there’s a better way to wear it that is […]
There is a lot that matters when it comes to car safety:
It matters if your child wears a coat in a car seat.
It matters if you can pinch the harness strap.
It matters if you can move your car seat more than an inch.
I could go on and on, each little piece of the puzzle can make a difference.
Just like it matters if you use a maternity seat belt adjuster.
And it matters which one you choose.
We sometimes get the question about why the Tummy Shield costs what it does. It’s because it matters. […]