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Cosco Car Seats Made in the USA!
With baby #4 she is getting to the point we need to look into a car seat that isn’t the carrier because lets face it those things get so darn heavy! With all 3 kids we have used the Cosco Convertible seats. I love that they start out as rear facing and when we are ready to flip her around we don’t have to buy a new one! This Cosco Scenera Next carseat (seen above) is what we will be using when she is ready!
I LOVE they are made in the USA Check out what cam in my car eat!
Fun fact – did you know that Cosco Car Seats are made in America? Cosco’s first priority is family and the company is proud of what its workers do every day to help keep children safe. To coincide with the roll out of the first Scenera NEXT’s, Cosco is launching a personalized letter writing campaign. Over 500 of the first Scenera NEXT’s will feature handwritten notes from a child of one of Cosco’s Columbus, Indiana, employees.
Yes this car seat was made in Columbus, Indiana and even came with a note from the person who made it’s son! that is such a special touch! PLUS for every 10 reviews of the car seat they receive at Walmart.com they will donate one of these Cosco Scenera Next car seat to Operation Homefront to help out military families!
Car seat Specs
- Rear-facing 5-40 lbs (19″-40″)
- Forward-facing 22-40 lbs (29″-43″); at least 2 years old
- 5-point harness
Ready for the best party?! This car seat is only $46!! Yes less than $50 for a high grade car seat! Still don’t believe me? Check out this amazon story!
Are you familiar with YouTube sensation Kimberly Henderson? A single mom of four, Kimberly became an overnight sensation when her lullaby on YouTube went viral back in December. (In one week she got 1.4 MM views.) Soon after the video went viral Cosco Kids learned that Kimberly was in a very serious car crash and a Cosco car seat saved her daughter’s life.
As you know, Cosco’s first priority is family and the company is proud of what its workers do every day to help keep children safe, as it did with Kimberly’s accident. Noticing her extreme talent the brand flew Kimberly out to LA and arranged for her to record her first single Tiny Hearts, as well as a music video. Today I am excited to share with you the launch of that music video. You can see that video below
I think this picture below says it all. While I was trying to get pictures for this post my 2 year old took over the car seat! She LOVED it and was so mad when i made her get out of it! (PS – Can you tell she picked out her PJs herself?!)
I received the above product to conduct my review. All Opinions remain my own.
I am a mom to 5 kids, homeschool mom, blogger, social media junkie, Frugalista, Book Worm, and Closet Want-to-be Chef. We are a Roadschool family (homeschooling on the road while traveling fulltime).
I grew up learning ways to save from my mom and grandma. I started my own coupon journey when my first child was born in 2009 and started the blog on 2010 when baby #2 was born to share my tips with everyone who kept asking about how I was getting diapers for $1 a pack!
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