When you kid starts to complain about riding in a kids car seat, and if he or she is at least four years old and their head has reached to top of their current seat, it's time for a booster seat.
The next step up is sometimes a convertible seat. This seat can be used facing backward or forward. As a general rule, babies should ride in a rear facing mode until they are at least one and at least 20 pounds. Once your child hits that milestone, you can "convert" to a forward facing mode with the convertible car seat.
Infant only seats are small rear facing seats that often times come with handles so they can be used to carry baby outside the car. Some infant seats come as a travel system and the seat itself is a part of a stroller. Infant seats can come with a base that is installed one time allowing the carrier to simply snap into the base and snap out. This is a huge time saver compared to having to actually install the seat each time you use it. Typically infant car seats are for children under 30 pounds. Read the manufacturer's label for details.
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