Safety seats are becoming more and more popular, and many parents have also bought safety seats for their children, but after buying them back, they find that the baby does not like it and does not want to sit in the safety seat. What should I do? The editor teaches you 4 tricks to get it done, and let your baby like to sit in a safety seat from now on.
1. Develop good habits
The sooner the baby uses the safety seat, the better it is for the baby, because the earlier the baby uses the safety seat, the younger the baby's self-awareness has not yet formed, so this time is a good time to cultivate the baby to ride in the safety seat. Therefore, mothers can prepare safety seats for their babies in advance. 00
2. Give the baby a certain period of adaptation
Although the sooner the safety seat is used, the better, but not many babies start to use the safety seat from birth, so parents should give the baby an adaptation period at this time. You can use toys to attract your baby's attention or you can tell your baby a story to attract your baby.
3. Choose the right safety seat
If the baby does not like to sit in the safety seat
, it may be that the safety seat chosen by the parent is not comfortable enough, so the baby does not want to sit. Therefore, it is very important to choose a safety seat. Be sure to choose a suitable safety seat. Babies of different ages should choose different types of safety seats. For example, a newborn baby should choose a car seat or a 0-4 year old group as much as possible. Other newborn safety seats are more comfortable and compatible.
4. Reduce the sense of restraint of children
Most babies are more active because the safety seat restrains the baby, so the baby refuses the safety seat, especially the children over 3 years old with strong self-consciousness. At this time, the baby is in the stage of curiosity and basically cannot be quiet. For older babies over 3 years old, parents may wish to try a safety seat booster with a large space and a higher degree of freedom. This safety seat booster can effectively reduce the sense of restraint that children are riding, allowing babies to ride safely in the car. At the same time, you can see the world outside the window!