This past week E and I attended a Graco presentation by Meghan. Of course, I sort of knew about the Graco Click Connect SnugRide 40, but I got to sit and enjoy the presentation and the company of so many other awesome bloggers.
We had some yummy munchies courtesy of TGIFridays and enjoyed the conference room at the Country Inns and Suites.
The car seat really is awesome and does so many things that I wish our old infant carrier and car seat did. The super easy 8 position recline adjustment is a great perk. You don’t even have to take the seat out of the car to adjust it, just squeeze the two buttons and slide to the desired position.
My favorite thing is the one hand harness adjustment. Just pinch and slide and the harness moves up. No rethreading. Hallelujah! That is a battle I don’t care to fight.
Since we moved our oldest girls to forward facing before two years old (following the old AAP recommendations), we never had an issue, but now that rear facing is the recommendation until two, this little slide up foot board will definitely come in handy. Now there won’t be dirty foot prints on the back of our seats.
It was really great to share the learning and evening with these 14 other fabulous women, mothers and bloggers. That’s one good looking group of ladies and babies!
The Graco SnugRide® Click Connect™ 40 – the first and only newborn to two-year infant car seat that actually grows with your baby from four pounds all the way up to 40 pounds. The car seat is designed for a parent on the go. The infant car seat can be easily removed from the base and used as a carrier when the infant is small, providing portability and convenience so you can easily move your infant in and out of the car without disturbing them.
The American Academy of Pediatrics recently made the recommendation to keep all children in rear-facing car seats until the age of 2. Graco set out to make this product so parents can keep infants rear facing longer while still keeping them comfortable.
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Graco. The opinions and text are all mine.