Joie Spin 360 review

Joie Spin 360 Review

When it came to making the swap from a newborn car seat to the next stage up I initially wasn’t sure what to go for. Since having my first child the law had changed to ensure that babies were rear-facing up until 15 months but with far more known about the impact of a crash and how a child’s body reacts in that instance there was far more evidence on the internet telling me that keeping them rear-facing up to 4 or 5 years was recommended. Now, having a first child who absolutely hated facing backwards I was in two minds over what to do with my second child but as we all know, they are all very different to one another and he quickly proved that he was happy rear-facing. So, after a bit of deliberation, I headed off to our local Mothercare to see what they could recommend for my child and car.

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