Diono Rainier Convertible Car Seat Giveaway – ends 10/18


You know Everything Mommyhood is very fond of car seat safety. I try to educate others as much as I can about car seat safety, because I was once that parent who had no idea about car seat safety. I just thought you strapped the kid in, and that was it…but there’s so much more to it! Diono is an amazing company and makes fabulous seats! Read on and enter to win below!

We’re almost at the end of Baby Safety Month and Diono wants to end it the right way. As parents we try to make the best decisions for our kids but sometimes all the information can be a little overwhelming. One thing as a parents that can be tricky is car seat safety. Many of us are use to the old “keeping them rear facing until a year “but guidelines have changed asking parents to keep their little ones rear facing to at least the at least the age of two,preferably 4. But what car seat will comfortably do that? Diono has come out with a great infographic to help facilitate a car seat purchase below :


One car seat that fits all the above is the Diono Rainier which boast some amazing features like:

  • Full steel frame and aluminum reinforced sides for unmatched safety
  • Reinforced extra deep sidewalls lined with energy-absorbing foam give Rainier superior head and body protection
  • Unique SuperLATCH system that makes installation easy
  • Space saving design allows extra room for passengers while providing spacious interior for child
  • NCAP crash tested, the industry benchmark for verifying child seat performance in severe accident conditions

Comfortably seats rear-facing children from 5 to 50 lbs


Highest forward-facing capacity of any car seat in a 5-point harness: from 20-90 lbs (up to 57″ in height)


Converts to booster mode for children between 50 and 120 lbs. (up to 57″ in height)

Diono_Lifestyle_Rainier_FFK_final_1000square_sRGBSome other great features:

  • Infant body support cushions and memory foam for added comfort
  • Energy absorbing EPS foam and side impact protection provides added safety
  • Extra-long leg support for comfy road trips and multiple harness and buckle positions for custom fit
  • Safestop® energy-absorbing harness
  • Additional forward-facing recline position to accommodate different types of contoured vehicle seats, 12-position adjustable headrest, 5 shoulder and 3 buckle positions deliver a comfortable ride.
  • Rear-facing tether capability
  • Only brand of car seats with SuperLATCH™: with the Strongest Connectors and Secureweave™ webbing it provides an easy and secure installation
  • Additional set of harness pads included to use only when the child is over 65 lbs in the 5-point harness
  • Expandable sides and long seat bottom allow proper leg support
  • Sits low on vehicle seat for easy child boarding and improved safety performance in a crash
  • Angled cup holder keeps a variety of drinks upright and within easy reach
  • Cover is machine washable and dryable
  • Rubber bottom grips for no-slip installation
  • Industry leading 12 year product life (from date of purchase)


One great feature is that it Folds flat for travel and is FAA certified. Going on Vacation? Here are some things to consider when flying:

Flying with child infographic

To purchase this fantastic car seat you can go online to Diono.com .Diono knows that getting the right car seat can be hard so they want to make it easy for one family. One lucky reader will win a gorgeous Diono Rainier Convertible Car seat + Booster. This giveaway is open to US only and ends on 10/18 at 11:59pm. Must be 18 years or older to enter.

Good luck!

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  1. highest forward facing capacity

  2. I like the safety features! Those are definitely the most important!

  3. Christina Strapp Lambert says:

    I like that it is the highest forward-facing capacity of any car seat in a 5-point harness.

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