At around four to six months of age – or when they are able to adequately support their head and neck on their own – babies can usually safely travel in a front-facing position in a carrier.
Prior to this age, babies will require support at the front and back of the head and should be worn facing their parent’s chest. As individual babies will develop and grow differently, it is important to test your baby in a forward-facing position at home, taking note of their head position and posture prior to longer periods spent in the carrier.
Your child may reach the required height prior to turning 12, or may be under this height by the time they reach the appropriate age to stop using a booster seat. In any case, once your child reaches either the height or age requirement, they may transition out of a booster seat and begin using an adult seatbelt.
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