We're in the midst of a car seat conflict with Ms. Bean. She's 6 and has a standard booster seat with a back. She detests how the seat belt hits her across the chest. The only solution is to get a booster seat without the back. Fine. The brilliant company, Clek, who designed the Cleck Olli seat has also come up with the Cleck Oto. A booster seat that doesn't look like it's "for babies" -- it's a bit more incognito and the best part, in my opinion, is it's ability to click into the LATCH system (lower anchors
and tethers for children). All cars built after 2002 were required to have a LATCH system. This means that the Olli and Oto booster seats can be securely attached (click) to the car seat so it's much safer and stable in case of an accident. I'm sold!