By Kate Kelly | 10 December 2017 13:15:13I know that when you’re out on a trip or a holiday, it can feel like your child is just sitting in the back of your car.
And, if you’re not careful, they could be left sitting in their seat for a long time, feeling uncoordinated, or worse.
There are plenty of things you can do to keep your child safe and secure in their car seat, and that includes wearing them in a car seat harness.
But if you feel you can’t get your child to put their hands in their lap, or don’t feel comfortable holding them in your lap, it’s worth getting advice on how to manage their car seats safely.
In this article, we’ll explore how to use a harness to put your child in a seat belt, how to put them in the car seat if you don’t have one, and how to choose the best car seat for your child.
You can also watch a short video explaining how to fit your child into a carseat harness in a little more detail.
Read more: How to fit a carseats for your son to car seat you, and learn more about how to protect your child while on a holiday.
Read MoreAbout the authorKate Kelly is a consultant and trainer for people with disabilities.
She is the author of the book “The Smart Parent’s Guide to Child Safety” and the award-winning book “Child Safety and Safety in Schools”.
She is also the presenter of the popular “Parents on the Couch” podcast and has been featured on television, radio and on the web.
She lives in Brighton with her husband and two young children.