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Carseats get outgrown by height and / or weight - you will need to check your carseat to find out the weight limits but height is GENERALLY outgrown when their head is an inch from the top (legs can be hanging over - no issue)
Convertible carseats can be tricky - you want one that fits your car, your child and your budget - car-seat.org or carseats for the littles (facebook group) are excellent places to start.
a few notes - all carseats have to pass the same safety standards and thus are the same "safeness" - but a few have poor fits and weird rules.. but all in all there is no "best" option for everyone.
CurlyQ284:I got the Diono Radian 120 so he can use it all the way through. I love it, I have a small car and it fits great in the middle. Its sturdy and easy to install, its no problem to move it to DHs jeep.
I don't mean to hijack the thread but...
If you don't mind me asking, what kind of car do you have? My hubby has a dodge dart and I am not sure if the diono radian would fit. I know we can get the angle adjuster but Jack's still too young to sit so upright. Right now we have the britax boulevard but I want to keep him rear facing for as long as possible.
But to op, the boulevard is nice and will probably accommodate Jack rear facing for 2 years. (we aren't tall people though!)