I’d like to extend my thanks to an officer with the Aspen Police Department who, as he is certified in child-restraint installation, took the time out of his day off to help me wrestle with the frustrating mechanics of the all-too-complicated new car seats out there now.
Joe Holman, thank you for saving my sanity and for being so knowledgeable and patient. As it’s so easy to install these seats incorrectly, I encourage other fire, police and sheriff departments ” especially downvalley ” to train a staff member and offer the service of checking whether some of us clueless parents have done it right. I’m all for keeping our little ones as safe as possible on the roads, and Joe Holman deserves a big thanks for helping so many of us keep our babies and toddlers snug in their seats and seats snug in their seats!
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