The babies will be a year old in two weeks, and they are both over 20 pounds. For about six months now, Michael and I have been dreaming about the day we will be able to turn their car seats around. Our conversations go something like this:
Me: Poor babies. Can't even see where they are going.
Michael: They are so crammed back there. I can't wait to turn them around.
Me: Me too. They will have a whole new outlook on life! (crossing fingers) Maybe they will love car rides, then!
Michael: What are the requirements again? They have to, like, be able to hold their heads up and smile?
Me: Something like that.
But then I read Betty's post, and I learn that there's some sort of heated debate about when it's appropriate to turn the car seats around. I don't want to Google it, because I tend to get caught up in stuff like that. So what's the deal? Do I turn them around, or not?