Hidden Holiday Travel Hazards – Safety 1st Giveaway #Safety1st

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It’s the time of year that we are most likely to be on the roads. That means making sure you stay safe with baby all winter long.

During the holidays you may be traveling to family or friends homes for parties. Whether you are hosting or you’re a guest at someone’s home, make sure to keep a close eye on your little one. Children are very curious and young children will put almost anything in their mouth. Foods that may be common to your toddler, like grapes or tomatoes, are often left out on low tables during holiday parties and when not cut they can be a choking hazard for young kids.

If you have a baby in an infant car seat make sure he or she is always buckled in – even when not in the car. When surrounded by friends and family you never know who is going to pick up that car seat with a sleeping baby and you do not want to risk your child slipping out.

safety 1st car seat When you’re traveling about make sure you buckle up and keep your kiddos safe. When know our girls are safe because they have a Safety 1st car seat!

The Elite 80 Air +™ 3-in-1 Car Seat features our new Air Protect + to keep children from 5-80 pounds safer during the ride. Air Protect + combines the advanced protection of our Air Protect® cushion system with patented GCell HX™ foam designed with hexagonal shapes for superior protection around the torso. TOGETHER they provide full body side impact protection.

More than just a convertible car seat, the Elite 80 works in rear-facing mode for babies up to 40 pounds, then – like a traditional convertible car seat – converts to forward-facing with harness, but features an extended weight range to keep children safely in harness all the way to 80 pounds. In its 3rd mode, the Elite 80 goes beyond the traditional convertible car seat to convert into a belt-positioning booster for children up to 100 pounds. In short, this three-in-one car seat will carry your little one safely from infant to 100 pounds.

How are you staying safe on the roads this winter?

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  • Elite 80 3-in-1 car seat
  •  Just-in-Case Storage Station
  • Front or Back BabyView Mirror

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Comments

  1. Ashley C says

    We have an emergency kit in our car with extra blankets, flashlight, batteries, and water bottles

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  2. Sandra VanHoey says

    I am in Florida so not the bitter winter storms they are having like in Michigan where my kids and grandkids are. I left them a note this morning letting them know to keep extra blankets, food and other things in their vehicles. A little shovel would help as well

  3. sarah says

    I am a very safe driver, which is a necessity in upstate NY, especially in winter. My 2 year old is properly restrained in her car seat and all people, regardless of age, must wear their seatbelt in my vehicle.

  4. Jessica says

    We got new windshield wipers and tires in November and have always kept an emergency kit in our trunk.

  5. Kathy Luman says

    I had the car weatherized and tires checked. I always keep gas tank as near as full as possible.

  6. Kathleen Ophelan says

    Im keeping safe by staying in the house! Its -40 windchill outside and Im not going out!

  7. Kelly D says

    I keep safe by bundling up when we go outside and making sure our car has been checked and we have supplies inside.

  8. says

    I try to stay off of the main roads when they get bad, try to get shopping and stuff done in one trip so there is no need to go out in any bad weather

  9. kelly willis says

    i have first aide kits load and placed everywhere and in travels 4 wheel drive and take my time no rushes

  10. Michele P says

    having food on hand that doesn’t need to be cooked, portable heaters, lots of blankets and water. also, flashlights (battery and crank ones) and hope to get a generator soon!

  11. robyn paris says

    I am keeping safe by making sure the stoop is cleaned of all ice and snow so no one falls.

  12. MaryAnn says

    So far it has been a very bad winter as far as snow & ice, which make for bad road conditions. We are trying to stay home whenever possible

  13. Sara says

    We charge our phones and stock up on canned goods & water before storms that might knock down power lines

  14. Stephanie Ann says

    we’re trying to stay in during the horrible weather so we’re off the roads & stay safe!

  15. Nicole Newby says

    My son and I are keeping safe this winter by staying home as much as possible! We received a foot of snow last week, and another foot last night!

  16. says

    During the holidays I think being careful with anything and everything that could turn into a fire. Gas leaks and Fires are the top incidents during the holidays. Placing the right lights in the right places, and not leaving the heaters on, or having good ventilation while avoiding a chill is our top number 1 priority during this holiday.

  17. Em Ma says

    We have an emergency kit in the car with blankets, water, snacks, etc. Also, I make sure that we’re always bundled up in the event that we do get stuck and the car stops running.

  18. Monique Rizzo says

  19. Heather B says

    I am staying at home as much as possible, have an emergency kit in my car for when we do go out

  20. Nicole Vosburgh says

    We keep extra blankets and an emergency kit in the trunk of our car all winter long.

  21. Terry Madden says

    Have heater tuned up. And back up generator lots of blankets. Stock up on food when reports of storm.

  22. saminder gumer says

    i am keeping safe by keeping an emergency kit in my car as well as driving slower in this crazy weather.

  23. Melissa L says

    I put snow tires on my car and have an emergency bag in the back with blanket, flashlights, and water

  24. Amanda Roberts says

    I’m keeping my daughter safe by not putting her in her carseat with a coat on! It’s so inconvenient, but I’m going to keep doing it!!

  25. Jared R says

    I keeping my little girl safe by never texting and driving! I have an app on my phone that will send an automatic reply that I’m driving!

  26. Stephanie Gossett says

    We like to look out for their health first….make sure their hearts are happy….and try to use common sense and gut feelings in all other areas!

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  27. kristin says

    we keep safe by making sure all the christmas lights are unplugged when we leave the house and go to bed.

  28. Lisa E says

    i finally got that new tire I needed that had a nail in it – that and having emergency water and food.

  29. Jennifer T. says

    We’re staying off the roads when it’s snowy or icy if we can. And, we always buckle up.
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  30. Danielle says

    I always make sure of the destination with a map and check the road and weather before travel. I leave with plenty of time to allow for unforeseen stops and have a back up emergency kit just in case and a cell phone.

  31. Beth W says

    We winterized our car. Changed the tires to winter/snow tires and got our maintenance check.

  32. Lilyana Cruz says

    always check that all are buckled his belt, especially because I travel with children and babies

  33. Sheryl says

    I keep my family safe by using ice melt on sidewalks and parking spots to prevent ice build-up and falls. I also keep a blanket, flashlight, scrapper and window washer in the car for emergencies.

  34. Michael Wilson says

    Traded in the old, getting scary vehicle for a new hybrid SUV. Equipped it with an emergency kit, added blankets and food packets.

  35. Tara Vickers says

    We are keeping safe by not driving when the weather is bad and when we do, we make sure everyone is secured properly inside the car.

  36. Laura J says

    We have been watching the air in our tires and getting our oil changed on time. We have a emergency kit it our car just in case we stall during the very cold below zero days!

  37. Gayle S says

    The best way for our family to stay safe is to only travel when necessary. When we do travel I make sure everyone has their boots, hat and mittens. I also keep a few blankets in the trunk just in case we would be stranded.

  38. susan smoaks says

    We live in Florida so keeping safe in winter isn’t that hard. it’s almost the same as any other time of year. i am tony l smoaks on rafflecopter.

  39. Tanya White says

    I live in Upstate NY our winters are harsh, I am doing my best to stay safe by staying off the roads as much as possible.

  40. Ash Jester says

    Keeping safe by getting my car checked, tires rotated and filled, and safety checks included.

  41. Jacqueline W. says

    Funny to come across a blog that asks about winter safety this this winter. I hate winter driving…especially in NJ. I have a long commute and really hate snow and ice driving conditions. I’ve been taking the train, “NJ Transit”. What a pleasure…However, when I am in the car commuting to the train station and back, we travel with our niece, Kaylee. She is in need of a good car seat.

  42. Laurie Emerson says

    I always make sure that my tires are in great shape and always keep the gas tank filled.

  43. Jamie Brigham says

    We avoid going out on wet, snowy and/or icy roads. We always bundle up tight, always be sure to have plenty of snacks, drinks, charge our phones, keep plenty of gas in our cars and keep an emergency preparedness kit in my truck.

  44. Stephanie Larison says

    We took the car in before the weather got horrible, I’m glad we did since I’m always worrying about hubby going to work back and forth so far. The prepping the car has been working great for us so far!

  45. Richard Hicks says

    With bad winter weather, I drive evem more defensively that usual. ALso keep emergency supplies in trunk

  46. Jessica says

    Always keep our kids buckled up and in car seats. We also keep safe by checking our tires during icy times.