Monday, March 21, 2011
Today the American Academy of Pediatrics announced a landmark new car seat policy, which many parents who switched their child to forward-facing at a year will find alarming. They now recommend that you keep your child rear-facing for a longer period. Check out our must-read guide to the AAP's new recommendation to find out when to make the switch, and get answers to parents' most pressing questions about car seat safety, including what you should do if you turned your car seat around too early.
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