“ I know it sounds silly but I was drawn to this seat because of the color options. I was so sick of all the neutral boring car seats. I opted for the bright pinkish one and although I had a boy( it was a surprise) I still love it. It was easy to install in our Subaru Outback and very easy to eject out of the base although I rarely took the car seat out of the car. I prefer to hold baby or put...” --Begooddogood
“I didn't love this seat because the handle was difficult to put up and own but I loved the no thread harness and ease of putting it in and out of the car! It also fit three across the 2nd row of my pathfinder which I needed! ” --BathrobeGoddess
“ My son was a colicky infant. He had a hard time falling asleep and staying asleep during naps and at night. In order to get him to fall asleep he needed to be swaddled, put in a baby sling and then bounced on an exercise ball. If he woke up in the middle of the night my husband and I would have to go through the whole process again! Obviously did not result in...” --fosterparent
“ Our child outgrew his infant car seat way to fast, so we got this one that will hopefully last him till he's done. It goes from 5-35 lbs (rear-facing), 20-44 (front), 40-100 (booster seat). It had very high safety ratings and ease of use. Installation isn't the easiest and you need a big back seat to allow room for the reclining part of the rear facing features. I like the one-handed...” --mhemingson
“We finally got the Tres Tria, and I'm so glad we did! I had looked at it and opted not to get it with our 3rd baby, but by the time baby 4 came, I couldn't put it off. We had used a side-carred crib in the past but were tired of not having room and accessibility. With the Tres Tria, we can keep the baby safe while still being able to get in and out of the bed and while maintaining walking...” --HeatherB
“Got this to help with DD's gas and reflux issues. It's made for cribs, but it also fit into our Arm's Reach Cosleeper. It definitely doesn't fit into the "natural" category-it's a foam core with a weird plastic cover that smells a little funny. It did seem to help with her gas when we could get her to sleep in the co-sleeper. ” --triskelion
“ Since I found out I was pregnant I had been looking for an organic car seat cover that completely replaced the VOC leaching one that comes with the car seat. Almost everything I found was just a cover that went over the original. I found a few replacements but they still used foam or recycled plastic. Then I found Nollie Covers I couldn't believe it, 100% organic cotton padded with 100%...” --KaraJMay
The Arm's Reach Co-Sleeper Bassinet is a unique creation that allows you and your baby or babies to sleep safely and comfortably next to each other from the moment he or she comes home. Whether you choose to breast feed or bottle feed, the Arm's Reach Co-Sleeper bassinet enables you to reach over and draw them close for feeding without disturbing the warmth and security of your or...
It's the perfect car seat for your growing child because it accommodates an infant rear-facing up to 33 pounds and easily converts to forward-facing for children from 20 pounds and 1 year old to 55 pounds. This deluxe car seat is designed to transport a child who weighs up to 55 pounds. That's well above the weight range for typical car seats, providing reliable safety and comfort for...
When a playard is a necessity, but space is an issue this units streamline size fits in smaller bedrooms. The Mini Converible converts from co-sleeper bassinett, to a free standing bassinet, to a playard. It attaches securely to the adult bed under the top mattress and fits all beds from twin to Cal King, with a bed height of 24". We offer a Leg Extension kit that can bring the height up...