3) Instagram the photo (the one you took for Facebook or a new one!) and “This is the correct place for the car seat chest clip thanks to @BabyGizmoGuru” in the description. (Here is a tutorial on how to use Instagram: )
It’s day 2 of Child Passenger Safety Week and today is all about the car seat chest clip. That’s right, that big closure that is usually the last thing that you do when you put your child in the seat. It seems like a no-brainer but many people don’t know that there is a right and a wrong place to put that chest clip. As a matter of fact, there is only one right place for that chest clip and that is . The chest clip should be on the child’s chest at the arm pit level.
A car seat locking clip is the metal I-shaped piece that is included with most car seats. It's also called a seat belt locking clip, because it is used to lock the seat belt into place during car seat installation.