Can someone point me in the right direction to proper booster use for the child?
Here is my issue. I'd love to keep DS harnessed as long as possible, but I seriously doubt he'll be able to be harnessed much longer past his fourth birthday simply due to how tall he is. At just 3.5 years old he is already 43 inches tall [ & 45 lbs ]. He is currently harnessed in a Frontier but is already at the highest harness slot allowable for harness use. If he grows any taller his shoulders will surpass that harness slot. I know that once he's 4 he'll be at the minimum age/weight requirements, but I just don't know that he is mature enough for proper booster use. He doesn't slouch while riding, but his head does flop forward when he falls asleep and if I'm not mistaken, isn't that a sign he's not ready for a booster? I know that he can mature a lot in the upcoming months before his birthday [ 5 mos ], but I just don't feel confident in moving him. I'm hoping his growth has stunted for a while in the meantime..
This is my son right before we moved his straps up. http://photos-f.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos...7_584201_n.jpg