Tuesday, November 8, 2016

Celebrating Toby's 1/2 Birthday with Britax!

This is a sponsored post. All opinions are my own. #BritaxHalfBday #BritaxSafety #ClickTight #RaisingtheBar

Toby will turn 8 months old tomorrow.
The other morning I walked to his room before heading out to work and I had a moment.
He looked SO. BIG.
Like, when did he grow out of size "0" diapers!?
And when did he go from a dark haired, tiny newborn to a chubby, happy, blondie??
All these feelings of nostalgia started kicking in.

Sometimes we're so caught up with life, work and social media that the speed at which our kids are growing doesn't really set in...
Luckily for me, I was invited to an event hosted by Britax, Tubby Todd and Gathre where a dozen mommy bloggers with young babies had an opportunity to meet, mingle and most importantly take time to celebrate our babies' half birthdays.
It may seem funny to say this but taking a day off to go on a "mommy date" with Toby and watch him play, roll, kick, smile and pose for adorable pictures with other babies, was priceless.
It was all so endearing!

A great thing about this 1/2 birthday celebration was the opportunity to check out the new Advocate ClickTight ARB (Anti Rebound Bar) car seat by Britax.
Because who doesn't want a mega safe and comfortable car seat for their beloved child?
Consider the following:

* Typically up to 75 percent of car seats are installed incorrectly
* Britax' revolutionary ClickTight installation system is the safest and easiest technology on the market.
* Just open the front of the car seat, buckle the seat belt across and click the seat shut. It's all you need to do for rock solid installation!

Photo courtesy: Maile Mason Photography

I will soon offer a detailed review of the Britax Advocate ClickTight ARB car seat with pictures of my Little Toby so you can see what a wonderful investment this product is!

Meanwhile, don't forget to take a moment, away from your busy home and work environment to spend time with your baby. And if you want a suggestion-- check out the Southern California Children's Museum in Pasadena.


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