When is my baby ready for a front facing car seat?

Answer The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends keeping a baby in a rear-facing car seat until he is at least 12 months old and weighs more than 20 pounds. Once he meets both these criteria, your bab... Read More »

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Is my son ready for a front facing car seat?

No attacking, good for you for asking, shame on anyone telling you to forward face him. You are right - many states don't have laws regarding when you can turn a child forward facing. That doesn't ... Read More »

When can you put your baby in a front facing car seat?

At a minimum, children need to ride in rear-facing car seats until they've reached age 1 and also weigh at least 20 lbs, according to the American Academy of Pediatrics. However, the manufacturer m... Read More »

Which is safest front facing or rear facing car seat?

front facing because if the seat is the wrong way how can you see out the window

If my 4 year old is travelling in the front(in a front facing car seat) do I deactivate the air bags or not?

Yes, it should be deactivated. But that doesn't make it ok. He belongs in the back seat, it is infinitely safer in the backseat. Just look at your car seat instructions, it is very specific about n... Read More »