There is no evidence that a 5-point harness seat is safer than a properly fitting booster for a child of that age. There are arguments both ways for safety (some think a booster is safer because it gives more and so has less chances of head excursion; others the harness because it provides more security). Since you can't rear-face, your son is already perfectly safe.
|59 members and 9,777 guests|
|anon_abroad , artemis33 , Augustapricot , belltree , Benjamin Weingarten , bluefaery , catladymeow , dani2015 , Dawn's mom , effulgent7 , funfunkyfantastic , gibbons , granite , japonica , jcdfarmer , Jewel5811 , jojobean , katelove , lilmissgiggles , LiLStar , lilyanne , mamabear0314 , MamadeRumi , mamaprovides , marilyn612 , MeepyCat , Memento , Milk8shake , MissMuffet , MPsSweetie , mrsbrauchli , mumm , Mylie , NewmomLi , pumabearclan , RollerCoasterMama , Rruchi Shrimalli , Sami Saviv , SandiMae , sarafl , Serafina33 , Shmootzi , sofreshsoclean , Tigerle , Tigerlily17 , tomsmom31 , TriChick , Trigger , TrishWSU , wassernixe , Wild Lupine|
|Most users ever online was 449,755, 06-25-2014 at 12:21 PM.|