I paid six bucks to consumer reports today, just to find out which convertible car seat got the highest safety ratings. Believe it or not, I could not find those results (yes, you can find the results for the infant carseats, but not for the convertible carseats) or a password to a subscription anywhere on those internets. And here I am -having been forced by a giant rat who lives in my garage, and ate the aged old joesohs and half the britax carseat they were wedged in; the car seat that was intended for this child of mine, and re-appropriated it for its own little rat-family vacation condo - Here I am, having to buy a new car seat for the little guy.
It just occurred to me, of course, that I could have started here. Here on the blog. To ask if anyone else had a sub to consumer reports. damn.
Anyway, my point is, if anyone is interested in checking out anything at all at consumer reports, especially anything related to safety which should be free, please email me and I will oh so happily share with you my temporary membership. For one month.
Oh so very happily.