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Tuesday, 6 September 2011

Do you have a mini Houdini?

I have posted over on my Munchkins and Poppets blog page about these great straps that I now sell, designed to stop your little one slipping their arms out of his or her car seat straps. However tightly I strap Jack in he still manages to slip his arms out when he wants to, which often results in me coaxing, bribing and then shouting at him at which point he sometimes puts them back in with help from his brother or sister, or I have to pull over and put them back in myself.

Here is the post and link so you can read about them yourself, it's an inexpensive solution to a big problem for some people. Please let me know if you would like to purchase one or just click on the links to go directly to my Ebay shop or online shop.

Do you have a little Houdini? A toddler that likes to try and escape from his/her carseat?

My 2 year old toddler is no exception. Only yesterday I was travelling down the Motorway when my daughter informed me that her little brother had managed to get his arms out of his carseat straps. Fortunately after some coaxing he put them back in again before I had chance to stop at the next exit.

I have been searching for a solution to this problem for a while and recently stumbled upon Houdini Stop, a simple clip that attaches to each side of the car seat straps to hold them together and prevent little arms from sliding out.

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If you want to buy the Houdini Stop you can purchase it from my online shop or Ebay shop.


  1. They look a really good idea- Mads is getting too big for her car seat and will be in the next size up soon. Ugh money money money does it ever end!? x

  2. well give me a shout if she ever starts trying to escape! Not that she will of course, she's a little angel! x



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