Yesterday, News Circulated About The New American Academy Of Pediatrics Car Seat Recommendations. Among The Changes Is A Definitive Recommendation To Keep Children Rear-Facing Until They Are At Least Two Years Old Or Until They Outgrow Their Rear-Facing C

Yesterday, news circulated about the new American Academy of Pediatrics car seat recommendations. Among the changes is a definitive recommendation to keep children rear-facing until they are at least two years old or until they outgrow their rear-facing car seat. This occurs when they are 35 to 40 pounds or their head is one inch from the top of the car seat.
Yesterday, news circulated about the new American Academy of Pediatrics car seat recommendations. Among the changes is a definitive recommendation to keep children rear-facing until they are at least two years old or until they outgrow their rear-facing car seat. This occurs when they are 35 to 40 pounds or their head is one inch from the top of the car seat. Here is a great video from Dr. Alisa Baer, also known as The Car Seat Lady. She explains the new recommendations and also gives you every bit of information you could possibly need about car seat safety. Also see: New American Academy of Pediatrics guidelines for car seat and booster seat safety on SheKnows Parenting. Other car seat info:

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