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The baby, when it is newborn, can't ride in a Marathon. I know it says they go down to 5 pounds, but anyone who has tried a 5 pounder in an MA will tell you that is a load of hooey. They don't fit. Until they are about 10 pounds. So you need an infant seat, first of all.
Where are your daughter's shoulders now in relation to the highest harness straps? IF you want her harnessed as long as possible, the best thing to do is get her a Regent. That way you wouldn't be forced in to switching her to a booster before you are comfortable doing so.
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