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Sep 22, 2019 05:22:50   #
mathrox wrote:
My nephew (born 1971) was in a car seat .... first one I ever saw .... looking back, the frame was a metal wire thing that years later was banned because they collapsed in a collision. But my mother used a car bed for my brothers and me. In 1983, the nurse came out to the car with us and checked the car seat and made sure I buckled the baby in, properly. My mother was fighting this, insisting that nothing was safer than a grandma's arms .... she never studied physics.

Here the nurses check the car seat and every year the police check car seats as well.
I love your afghan Jessica Jean.
Sep 21, 2019 13:58:49   #
I think we have 2 arms so we can fling one arm over the passenger seat. My husband. would always fling his arm over me when ever he made a sudden stop even though we had our seat belts on.
Sep 20, 2019 13:40:37   #
It gets pretty cold here so keeping baby warm is necessary. I have been reading that the baby shouldnt be in a car seat for more than 2 hours. The hospital where the baby is being born is more than 2 hours away. I think its amazing when we were born that wasnt a concern and we survived.
Sep 20, 2019 12:49:36   #
Medieval Reenactor wrote:
From what I have heard, buckling the car seat straps OVER a blanket of heavy clothing is not a good idea as it reduces the effectiveness of the restraints. Put the blanket over the straps - in other words, skip the slot in the blanket for the buckle.

Thanks for posting that. I was thinking the slots were good.
Sep 20, 2019 11:49:08   #
You guys are wonderful. I tried to use Raverly for car seat and nothing came up.
Sep 20, 2019 11:10:55   #
I need a pattern for a car seat blanket. I have chunky yarn for it.
Sep 20, 2019 11:07:28   #
It wasn't bad when I had the dog to clean the kitchen floor.
As they say growing older isn't for a sissy and sadly I find myself agreeing.
Sep 9, 2019 15:47:51   #
After reading everyone's response I'm glad I didn't have yarn in my hands.
Sep 7, 2019 23:45:45   #
spinninggill wrote:
I fell asleep once whilst spinning. Woke up when I landed on the floor - only trouble was I was in a marquee full of exhibitors and supposed to be demonstrating!! In my defence I had had 2 very long drives and only an hours sleep. Took me a while to live that down!

Oh my, that would be tough to live down.
Sep 6, 2019 23:58:19   #
I hate working when I doze, I don't get paid for it.
Sep 6, 2019 13:58:16   #
If you use a totally different color it looks like you planned on it.
Sep 6, 2019 13:53:09   #
I got home from work and sat in my chair. I dozed off and when i woke my hands were going through the motions of knitting. Too bad I didn't have my knitting in my hands.
Sep 3, 2019 00:18:18   #
Found it, thanks bunches, now to see what comes off the needles. Hopefully it looks the same.
Sep 2, 2019 22:45:38   #
That's better. Does it have more sections of Instructions?
Sep 2, 2019 17:56:24   #
I just copied and paste your reply and sadly it only showed a picture. Was it a class you paid for?
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