What is the next step up from an infant car seat?
Once your baby has outgrown his/her infant car seat, it’s time to transition them into a rear-facing convertible seat. These types of seats accommodate larger babies/toddlers, but are not as convenient as infant seats because they are not portable.
What age can baby change car seat?
TODDLER CAR SEATS
four years, depending on the height and weight of your child. According to the regulation UN R129 (i-Size), children must remain rear facing for at least 15 months, but we at BeSafe recommend to keep your child rear facing until at least 4 years of age, preferably longer.
How do you know when baby has outgrown car seat?
Outgrowing the Car Seat
You’ll know that your baby has outgrown the infant car seat when there is less than an inch of hard shell over the top of baby’s head or when your baby exceeds the maximum height or weight of the car seat.
Can you skip the infant car seat?
Babies outgrow some infant seats relatively quickly. Lots of people find it difficult to squeeze a convertible into the budget after purchasing an infant seat only to use it for less than a year. Skipping the infant seat altogether can save money! A convertible seat is definitely an option.
What age is a 32 pound baby?
|Age||Height Females in Inches||Weight Females in Pounds|
|1||27 to 31||15 to 20|
|2||31.5 to 36||22 to 32|
|3||34.5 to 40||26 to 38|
|4||37 to 42.5||28 to 44|
What is the weight limit for an infant car seat?
Infant-only seats are designed to protect babies from birth until they reach up to 35 pounds (about 16 kilograms), depending on the model. Infant car seats should always be installed to face the rear of the car. A small child is much less likely to die or be seriously injured when in a rear-facing seat.