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post #21 of 29
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Edited because I'm having a bad day and can neither articulate nor comprehend what I'm reading.


It looks like I'll go ahead and get two my ride 65's , and maybe I'll wait till sept/oct
Edited by Adaline'sMama - 6/15/12 at 1:52pm
post #22 of 29

Graco MyRide65 and Evenflo Triumph65 both generally fit newborns of average size and shape.  (Why did you post that the MyRide is unacceptable to you?  Is there a particular reason you don't like it?)

 

The Cosco Apt does fit newborns, but will not get an average (or even somewhat-smaller-than-average) child anywhere near booster readiness.


Edited by chickabiddy - 6/15/12 at 1:11pm
post #23 of 29

What about a TrueFit? We brought DS2 home in one and it has a removeable headrest so it takes up less room at a 45 degree angle than bigger seats. Both kids have one and we've been really happy with them. If you keep an eye out you should be able to get a decent sale price.

post #24 of 29

A True Fit would be a great option, agreed!

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Originally Posted by Friday13th View Post

What about a TrueFit? We brought DS2 home in one and it has a removeable headrest so it takes up less room at a 45 degree angle than bigger seats. Both kids have one and we've been really happy with them. If you keep an eye out you should be able to get a decent sale price.

post #25 of 29

We have two True Fits, one in each car - it's a great seat.  Absolutely no complaints except that it only RF to 35lbs, and DD is nearing 35lbs.

post #26 of 29
Ive really enjoyed having the truefit in my 97 civic. No way could I fit a larger seat at the infant recline.

Weight shouldn't matter for the op. based on weight charts. 35lb is around 80% of 3yr olds.
post #27 of 29
Thread Starter 
Thanks ya'll. We are actually getting a new car. (new to us anyway.) I think we are going to get a honda odyssey and fit it with three of these:
http://www.gracobaby.com/Products/Pages/ProductDetails.aspx?ProductId=1822614

Not in my original budget, but things have changed, you know?
post #28 of 29

:)

post #29 of 29

Hi i have tried baby alert seat bibber by Baby Alert International for my baby and it is working good..  you can try it its quite reasonable and comfortable to take baby out for long  distance travel.

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