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Old 02-20-2007, 01:24 PM   #21
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Mikey is 14 months old and I still have him RFing but what is a good age/weight to turn him around?? I just always planned on having him RF'd and never really gave thought to turning him around, it just seems obviously safer/ I can see teh safety just when I have to hit the brakes fast that jerking would pull his little head forward to fast and I always worry it would give him whip lash ....So how old it too old to keep him RF'd??? Does any one know??

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Old 02-20-2007, 01:26 PM   #22
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Mikey is 14 months old and I still have him RFing but what is a good age/weight to turn him around?? I just always planned on having him RF'd and never really gave thought to turning him around, it just seems obviously safer/ I can see teh safety just when I have to hit the brakes fast that jerking would pull his little head forward to fast and I always worry it would give him whip lash ....So how old it too old to keep him RF'd??? Does any one know??
It all depends on the rear-facing weight/height limits for your seat. Your manual should be able to give you that info or their website. HTH!
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Old 02-20-2007, 10:53 PM   #23
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It all depends on the rear-facing weight/height limits for your seat. Your manual should be able to give you that info or their website. HTH!
Thanks I have a britax roundabout so I will go check their website
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That was awesome I hope you don't mind, but I sent it to our MOPs leader and asked her to pass it along to the whole group. I've been trying to get a few moms to turn their carseats back and I think that will really help
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