The center latch needs one more slot. Close attention is needed when an infant is reclined in the rear facing position. Pay close attention to instructions. Make sure the straps are loose before placing your infant in the seat. The side latches (that connect into the center latch) may cause brusing on the upper thigh.
I never thought I'd be excited about diaper disposal, but I absolutely love this pail. It's sturdy, well-made, easy to use and stink-free. My older children are 7 and 9 and when they were babies, I had the popular plastic diaper pail that uses regular kitchen bags, and boy did that thing stink. I am so glad I spent the extra money on this pail for my new baby because I love it. It's pretty heavy (for a diaper pail), so you know the metal is thick, and it's obviously not going to be porous like plastic is. I love that it uses standard kitchen sized garbage bags, and they are easy to lock into place. Depositing the diapers is easy and it holds quite a lot of rolled up diapers. When we first brought the baby home, he was making some foul smelling poop (it was a dietary issue that was resolved) and the diaper pail did a great job of containing the stink. As far as diaper pails go, this one looks nice, also. I recommend it!
I have the smaller pea pod, and my baby is starting to outgrow it. Plan to upgrade to this one, because she sleeps so well in it. When she isn't in her crib, it makes her feel safe. She is almost three feet tall at 14 months, and we travel a lot. It provides her security in strange places.
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