You can get these boosters with a back or without a back. Smaller kids may fit better with a seat that has a back attached. If you get a back model, make sure you can remove it later when the growth spurt kicks in. Typically the backless models should not be used by kids that are less than 40 pounds.
You want to consider designs that support your baby's back and neck. Babies can't hold their neck up, so they will need a seat that will make sure that his or her head is kept in a comfortable position. This should be all the more important considering how babies love to wiggle and squirm.
d) Booster seats: Capable of holding a child of 30 to 100 pounds these booster seats are for cars without a head or a high back. But children should not be moved from a full harness to a booster seat unless they of the minimum weight and height permitted by the manufacturer. Choosing booster seats is also a good idea if your child usually falls asleep in the seat, or if the seat belt still does not properly fit with a backless booster.
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