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... i think this is why we are seeing a lot more car seats go up to 30lbs even 25lbs. I would pick a car seat that is easy to clean, some seat pads are easier to get off than others. ... (7 replies)
... toddler car seats with a base like the infant carrier car seats. I have seen some that have a base but it is only to protect the seat, not the kind that easily snaps on and off . ... (7 replies)
... Some of the car seats I have looked at says rear facing up to 30 lbs. ... (7 replies)

... Another thing about used seats, which I have used myself, is that you have to be very careful in selecting them. Once a seat has been in a wreck, it is considered too weak for use. ... (7 replies)
... I was told in a car seat safety class that you should never buy a used car seat. Only because the seat could have been installed in a car that was in a wreck. ... (7 replies)
... ear old is the guideline as that is when most children reach the proper height and weight. My son was in a carrier until he was 15 months old!!LOL The guidelines about rear facing up to 30lbs is for babies who are large but not yet old enough to face forward. Forward facing is for older babies and toddlers. ... (7 replies)
... As far as i know they don't, i haven't seen one. I think mostly because once the baby is forward facing the seat needs to be tethered in. I think the easiest thing to do would be to purchase a second seat. You can get them pretty inexpensivly these days. You can also keep your eyes out for a good second hand one (flea markets, new paper ads, 2nd hand kids store). Since they... (7 replies)
... oops I typed it again because I didn't think it went through. (7 replies)

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