CHICAGO - Many young children are too heavy for standard car-safety seats, and manufacturers are starting to make heftier models to accommodate them, according to research on the obesity epidemic's widening impact.
More than a quarter of a million U.S. children 1 to 6 years old are heavier than the weight limits for standard car seats; most are 3-year-olds who weigh more than 40 pounds, the study found.
Unless exceptionally tall, a 3-year-old weighing more than 40 pounds generally would be considered overweight.
If your child needs a Husky car seat you are doing something wrong. At that age they don't opt to eat heavy unless they pressure you as a parent
Put your babies on diets people