Quoting I'm me:" most rear facing infant carriers have a limit of around 22 lbs and 29-30 inches. I put my kids into the larger one when they out grew the infant carrier but left them rear facing for a while."
Quoting shawna*:" I wasnt even aware you could rear face the larger ones. Good to know though. My DD is only 6 months, ... [snip!] ... yet though, shes 20lbs, but it getting close to outgrowing the straps. She will outgrow it soon enough, just seems so soon"
Quoting Rebecca R +1:" <blockquote><b>Quoting shawna*:</b>" I wasnt even aware you could rear face the larger ... [snip!] ... one that says rear facing and forward facing when you go to buy one. My seat rear faces 5-45lbs and then forward faces to 80lbs"
Quoting shawna*:" Oh okay so I can buy one that will both rear face and than forward face when shes older? That makes me ... [snip!] ... to me that she would have to forward face so soon. I knew something was wrong with that idea lol. Thanks for the help everyone!"