It is a rite of passage for many parents: the moment their infants can be switched from the rear-facing car seat to a forward-facing seat.
"They were able to see us," said Asanga, a Potomac, Md., mother of 2-year-old twins who declined to give her last name.
Her husband, Joseph, added, "We could point things out to them. We could tickle their toes."
Parents have been told for years that they can make the switch when infants reach the age of 1 and weigh at least 20 pounds. But the about-face...Full Story