I know you should keep your child rear facing as long as possible, and at least to 20lbs AND their first birthday. I plan on doing this. That said, we have the True Fit Premier convertible carseat which can go rearfacing up to 35lbs WITH the headrest installed. Unfortunately, if I put the headrest on, I can't see my son AT ALL. It is too high and it is just impossible. I don't like not being able to see him. Without the headrest, his head is creeping up on the top of the shell.
He will be a year old next month, and I plan to keep him rearfacing until then. That said, I was wondering what others thought if I turned him around after that. He'd meet both the min. requirements for forward facing. He is over 20 lbs and would be over a year.
Do I keep him rear facing and not be able to see him at all? (much less reach him) Or put him forward facing?
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