How tall can a baby be in an infant car seat?
Phase 1: Infant Car Seat
Most have a weight limit of 30-35 pounds and a height limitation of 32 inches tall. If your child fits comfortably in their infant seat, is still within the seat’s weight and height limit, and you want to keep them in this seat — go for it!
How do you tell when your baby has outgrown infant car seat?
Outgrowing the Car Seat
You’ll know that your baby has outgrown the infant car seat when there is less than an inch of hard shell over the top of baby’s head or when your baby exceeds the maximum height or weight of the car seat.
Can I skip the infant car seat?
Babies outgrow some infant seats relatively quickly. Lots of people find it difficult to squeeze a convertible into the budget after purchasing an infant seat only to use it for less than a year. Skipping the infant seat altogether can save money! A convertible seat is definitely an option.
How tall is too tall for a car seat?
All children whose weight or height exceeds the forward-facing limit for their car safety seat should use a belt-positioning booster seat until the vehicle seat belt fits properly, typically when they have reached 4 feet 9 inches in height and are 8 to 12 years of age.
What age is a 30 pound baby?
Apparel, Shoes, Socks, Tights, Hats
|6–9 months||6–9 months||17–19.5 lb 7.5–9 kg|
|6–12 months||6–12 months||17–22 lb 7.5–10 kg|
|12–18 months||12–18 months||22–27 lb 10–12 kg|
|18 – 24 months||18 – 24 months||27–30 lb 12–13.5 kg|