Just to Clarify

Brian asked me about this on the phone and I hadn’t even thought about mentioning it on the blog until he asked…
Yes, the twins are still rear facing, and will remain that way until they are 2-years-old.  Over the years I have researched more and more about carseat safety.  I have found that rear facing is the safest possible way for an infant and toddler to ride.  Some parents let their child ride until they are 3 or 4 years old.  While I don’t think we will go that long, I do think it is best that they ride rear facing until at least 2 years of age. 

In the pictures you can’t quite tell that Ruby is rear facing, like I said before, I am glad Brian asked about it!  I will publish more later if I have time.  I am trying to gather up a little something special for the kiddos tomorrow!  Enjoy your day of love, with those you love!

Updated: February 14, 2009 — 6:40 am

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  1. Hi Kelly! Just wanted to reiterate that rear facing is definitely safer and Robin is still rear facing at almost 3 years of age! She still has about an inch to go in height and at least 3 pounds in weight in her Marathon. She’s happy as can be rear facing, as she has known no other way. 🙂 -Holly

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