I'm pregnant with my second and we chose to do a convertible car seat for the little guy. I don't want another carrier, my DD grew out of it so quickly, it wasn't even worth buying it. Anyhow, I'm wondering if the hospital will have an issue with it, because I've heard a lot of people say they will not allow you to leave the hospital without one. I'm not going to bring my convertable seat inside. BUT, because it is my second baby, maybe they will trust that I know what I am doing?Answer Question
Asked by Anonymous at 4:12 PM on Oct. 26, 2010 in General Parenting
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Answer by san78 at 4:24 PM on Oct. 26, 2010
I just had a baby in July and we weren't supposed to bring the carseat in but the nurse walked us to the car and made sure we buckled him all the way in. He's our 5th child so she just kind of peeked in the window and said, "I think you know what you're doing," and left.
Only the one I had my 1st child at (in 2000) required us to bring the carseat into the hospital. The others said to leave it in the car and then they checked to make sure we had one before taking the wheel chair and leaving.
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