We got this from a friend and used it for the first time the other day. When we pulled up the sun shade it wouldn't stay up. It was attached by snaps in the front and the back. Is there something else I need to do to get it to stand up? I can pull it up to the right position, but it falls back down.
On the front side of the back pack you will notice two sets of snaps, an upper and a lower. Connect the sun shade to the lower set of snaps. Also on th front side of the backpack there is a snap connected to a nylon strap. Secure that strap arround the support rod of the sunshade and to the upper snap on the backpack. connect the two snaps on the back of the sunshade and your done.
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The average baby can usually ride in one comfortable up to 12 months, sometimes longer if your little one isn't taller or heavier than average. You can check your pediatricians office for what the averages are for your little one. Anyway, I used this with both my babies. My daughter fit comfortable in it until around 14 months, about one month after she started walking and her legs and torso suddenly got long. She weighed 27 pounds then. My son... he's a hoss. I had to stop using it around 8 months or 25 pounds because his legs could no longer fit comfortable in the space provided. The other variance is what you or whomever uses it can handle. I found that after 20 pounds the straps pulled my neck and upper shoulders so much that I couldn't use it for long periods of time, and I'm very physically active and fit. If you are looking at this for a long term option I wouldn't recommend it. It was awesome for the time it was appropriate but now gathers dust. I switched to one that carries up to 45 pounds and fits my body better. Hope it helps!
what do you mean by BF? best friend or boyfriend? this may answer both, maybe you've gotta spend some time talking and recognizing his/her habits to him or her and see if there is really something wrong. if you have a bad feeling on your best friend that some says that there's a negative thing that your best friend have (like if she/he is just using you, or she/he just needs your money), you've gotta stay away from him/her.
These are easy. Just make sure the middle pull strap/handle is up like a volcano in the middle of the bottom of the crib in order to RAISE or LOWER the sides. It's a saftey feature. Nothing goes up or down if the bottom is flat.
I assume you are referring to the Matrix Pro Car Seat that lays flat? You can fit this in two different ways. To fit it sitting upright, make sure it is in the most upright position and facing the back of the car. Pass the lap belt underneath the car seat itself, through the blue catches, then plug it in. The long part of the seat belt goes around the back of the car seat through the blue catch nearest you. Pull it all really tight and it should be more secure. To fit the car seat laying flat, this depends on your car. It needs to use two 3 point seat belts. 2 point seat belts don't work. Plug in both seat belts, and pull the lap belt part through the silver catch on both side. Pull as tight as you can. To make car seat fitting more secure, try placing a slip mat like the Sunshine Kids Grip It or Super Mat underneath to hold it in place. These are all crash tested and safe.