Car Seat Check Appt

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Are you struggling to get a proper install on your new car seat? Or maybe it's been a while and you need a refresher?  What ever the reason may be I am here to help! 

I'm Jenna, Owner and Car Seat Boss at Swanky Babies. I have been a certified Tech for over 8 years and have had my hands on car seats every day since (literally).  I'm here to help you understand how to install your seat properly and educate you on how to also USE it properly. 

Please allow 20-45 minutes per install/education session. It is important to me that you leave knowing how to install and use your seat properly and we will work at it until you feel comfortable with it! 

If you purchase your car seat from me I offer this service complimentary for the life of your seat (only to the original purchaser). 


If you purchased your seat elsewhere, I do charge for this service, but you will still get me for the life of the seat once you pay the one time fee. 

Please note the fee is a PER SEAT fee, so if you have 3 seats in your vehicle that you need install assistance/education with you will have to pay per seat. 

I do all car seat checks at my home in Pasco. I can come to you if needed but there is a small travel fee added on. 

In the mean time, I encourage you to check out your owners manual to your car seat and familiarize yourself with how to use it and how to install it.

After you book your desired time, you will receive a confirmation text from me making sure the preferred time works with my schedule as well. 

I look forward to working with you! 





Revised car seat law begins Jan. 1, 2020

Children under the age of 2 must ride in a rear-facing car seat.

Children ages 2-4 must ride in a car seat rear or forward facing with a harness.

Children 4 and older must ride in a car or booster seat until they are 4 foot 9 inches tall.

Children under 13 must ride in the back seat.

 South County Fire promotes car seat use according to the American Academy of Pediatrics best practice guidelines.

  1. Keep infants and toddlers in rear-facing seats until they are at least 2 years of age or reach the maximum weight and height limits allowed by the car seat manufacturer.
  2. When children outgrow their rear-facing seats, they should ride in forward-facing child safety seats until they reach the upper weight or height limit allowed by the car seat manufacturer.
  3. Once children outgrow their forward-facing seat, they should ride in booster seats until the vehicle seat belt fits properly, usually between age 8-12 years old.
  4. When children outgrow their booster seats, they can use the adult seat belt in the back seat, if it fits properly.
  5. Children under age 13 must ride in the back seat.

Always read your child car seat owner’s manual and your vehicle owner’s manual for installation instructions. Also check out for information and resources.

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