We are expecting our third little bundle of excitement later this Summer. This wasn't planned and like the man I am, it was my opportunity to empty the baby nest. I mean what would I use an old baby seat for? The joke is on me.

Target does this annual event where you actually save money and get rid of more space. The big car seat trade-in-event just started so you can trade in old car seats for discounts on new items.

This is an event that happens annually at Target and a great opportunity to upgrade things for 20% off new items. The one thing I'm learning is things change and so do we. We purchased so many items on baby number one that completely change on baby number two. This becomes the place where you reuse so much with the exception of a car seat. Those seats have been through some child drama that I'm surprised Disney hasn't made a movie about it. Think of all the things you find in a car seat months at a time.

This is a good time to upgrade to a newer seat that maybe offers more than the last one you owned. Maybe, you just need to get rid of that old one and upgrade as your child has grown. It doesn't really matter how you use your 20% off on items, just don't miss the opportunity.

You can trade in two car seats and redeem both offers. Target posted up on their website that if your car seat is damaged or expired that they will honor your trade-in.

The trade-in event just started and will end on April 17, 2021.

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