Car Seat for 1 Year Old
- Safety 1st Grow and Go 3-in-1 Convertible Car Seat, Harvest Moon.
- Graco Extend2Fit Convertible Car Seat, Spire.
- Graco 4ever 4-in-1 Convertible Car Seat, Basin.
- Evenflo Tribute LX Convertible Car Seat, Saturn.
- Safety 1st Guide 65 Convertible Car Seat (Seaport)
- Graco Nautilus 65 LX 3-in-1 Harness Booster Car Seat, Matrix.
Can my 1 year old sit in a front facing car seat?
However, if you were to ask if your 1-year-old should sit in a front-facing car seat, the definitive answer to that is a resounding “No,” according to the American Academy of Pediatrics, who recommend keeping your child rear-facing until the age of two, or to the highest weight and height allowed by the carseat
What age do you change your baby’s car seat?
Move your child to a convertible car seat once your little one has exceeded the highest height or weight for his or her infant car seat, which is set by the manufacturer. This is usually reached somewhere between 9 and 18 months. Rear-facing until age 2.
How do I choose the right car seat for my toddler?
Use this seat until your child’s:
- Height or weight exceeds the car seat’s limits,
- Shoulders are above the car seat’s top harness slots (the harness strap should be at or above the shoulder for forward facing children),
- Ears reach the top of the car seat (the child’s head no longer has proper “head rest”).
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