If my baby weighs more that the required weight but isn't a year old yet for the front facing seat, can we go to a forward facing or do we have to wait until he reaches year old??Answer Question
Asked by Anonymous at 6:12 PM on Apr. 13, 2010 in Toddlers (1-2)
Answer by TheDiva320 at 6:14 PM on Apr. 13, 2010
Babies MUST be a minimum of at least 1 year old AND at least 20lbs. before you can turn them forward facing. If your baby outgrows the infant seat before they are 1yr. you should get a convertible carseat that allows for rearfacing longer. The Cosco Scenera is around $40 at Walmart and rear faces until 35lbs. Babies and toddlers are 5x safer rearfacing, and infact the AAP now recommends keeping toddlers rearfacing to limits of the convertible carseat. Legally though, they must be rearfacing until they are at least 1yr. and at least 20bls.
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