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    Default 2 year old undoing his car seat

    Hi does anyone have any help to stop my son from undoing his car seat. I have just moved to baldivis and still drive up to thornlie a lot so when he does this while I'm driving down the freeway my heart just about stops. Any ideas to put a stop to this?

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    you can get special clasps to go over the buckle...will see if i can find a link.

    DS needed on of those and a houdini strap as well....lil trouble maker!

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    I read that sticking circular pieces of Velcro (rough side obviously) on the button makes it harder fro them to push down and undo the clips?

    Safer than the clips as well as adults can undo easily.

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    it was like

    http://www.mypreciouskid.com/baby-buckle-pad.html

    but i got it from the carseat place where i got my houdini...was the nsw carsafe people.

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    I use the houdini clip as I too hate stopping on that darned freeway several times a trip to put tots arms back in. I also found it great on the pram and stroller. http://www.houdinistop.com/213524/html/page.html I did have to get it online tho as i couldnt find it in any of the baby shops SOR and toys r us only had the velcro ones which were usless. I think it was about $20 delivered from one of the online baby stores.
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    Thanks ladies for your help. Need to put an end to this little faze

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    Is he still rearfacing? I had to turn my DD7 forward facing at 22 months because she had started undoing her seatbelt and turning around in the seat. I switched her to forward facing, and every time she undid it, I tied my lanyard around it for the rest of the trip. She quickly learnt to leave it alone.


 

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