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post #41 of 44
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The current plan is to keep him in this seat RFing (it only goes to 35lbs but we'll probably make it to close to age 3) and then turn him. In the meantime, we'll buy the new baby a GOOD seat (I was thinking a MyRide 65) When DS can't use the AOE anymore we'll get him a seat that goes FF to booster and be done with it. (And CHUNK the stupid AOE...) Hopefully, once the new baby needs a booster DS won't and we can keep using it.

That's the plan anyway.
post #42 of 44
That seems like a reasonable plan. You could also switch DS and #2 at some point if it let you RF DS longer (put the lighter younger child in the AOE RF, DS in the MyRide RF).

You will likely need a second booster though at some point. Most kids need a booster until 10-12yo an the new baby will not fit in the MyRie until 8-10yo. However you may be able to get away with a backless (which are around $15) or a dedicated booster (around $50) either way it's cheaper than needing another harnesse seat.
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That seems like a reasonable plan. You could also switch DS and #2 at some point if it let you RF DS longer (put the lighter younger child in the AOE RF, DS in the MyRide RF).

You will likely need a second booster though at some point. Most kids need a booster until 10-12yo an the new baby will not fit in the MyRie until 8-10yo. However you may be able to get away with a backless (which are around $15) or a dedicated booster (around $50) either way it's cheaper than needing another harnesse seat.
Yeah, I'm taking the "wait and see" approach with that. DH and I were both really tall kids, though. So I dunno...and my brother is 6'6" so the genes are in there somewhere.
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Right now he's 16.5 months, 25lbs and 31inches....is that normal or tall?
That seems fairly normal to me. Based on the weight, though, I would predict a slightly longer torso than average (when DD was 31" she was around 20.5-21 lbs, DS was 22-23 lbs).
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