They grow up so fast don't they? It seems like yesterday your kid was in an infant carrier and then the rear facing seat and now he's in a forward facing seat and expressing his independence about wanting to ride like the big people. Well his desire to be free of the car seat, coupled with the fact that he has now outgrown it, means you're in the market for a car seat booster.
If you plan to travel a lot with your baby, you should consider adding a baby car seat to the list of equipment you definitely need to have. Having a car seat for your baby is the only way you are going to keep your baby secure as you drive your car. Not only is it a requirement by law but it is also an investment in the safety of your child.
For children generally over 2 years and 20lbs you can consider a car seat that is forward facing. A good choice at this time is a convertible or combination seat. This will act both as a car seat and a booster seat. Although they tend to be more expensive this is more than outweighed by the fact that one seat will last for 8 or 10 years. Make sure once again you choose a seat with a 5 point harness for additional safety. It is a good idea to choose a seat with a cup holder to help with those lengthier journeys.
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