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Bring on the prettyness! Manda♥Bella 1 child; Midland, WA, Australia 29288 posts
8th Jul '13

I'm so excited :D I have managed to convince SO that since Australia recently switched from 'weighted' carseats to 'heighted' carseats (meaning children can change from RF to FF and FF to booster at certain age + height instead of age + weight) that we need to get rid of the old carseat in his car that we've had for years and put my newer one in his car and get a nice pretty new one for my car :D



And with the Pregnancy, Baby & Childrens Expo coming up mid/late August he has agreed we can buy the new on then :D Be cause it'll be on special, so we'll get it cheaper then the regular $270 haha



And now for the prettyness!! (please remember australian carseats are generally black, brown or grey, having fun colours & designs is new to us)
getting the purple one of these-
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its sooo pretty :)
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sooo excited :D Hurry up August!

lynnsaymarie 17 kids; Buffalo, New York 2011 posts
8th Jul '13

Woohoo!!! I like it :)

user banned 2 kids; Moses Lake, Washington 13508 posts
8th Jul '13

Cute!

The Master 2 kids; Perth, Australia 19989 posts
8th Jul '13

I'm going to need to get one ...Dean only being 2 isn't allowed to go into a booster and the bloody convertible car seats have the shoulder straps to low because he's in the 130th% for height. Drives me mad.

Jax 3 kids; Sydney, NS, Australia 2888 posts
8th Jul '13

Bout time they added some colour to the car seats.

Van West Auckland, NZ, New Zealand 3104 posts
8th Jul '13

Oooh that is pretty!

Manda♥Bella 1 child; Midland, WA, Australia 29288 posts
8th Jul '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Destiel:</b>" I'm going to need to get one ...Dean only being 2 isn't allowed to go into a booster and the bloody convertible ... [snip!] ... and the bloody convertible car seats have the shoulder straps to low because he's in the 130th% for height. Drives me mad."</blockquote>




The convertible boosters are great. Bella is 107cm & 95th % for height at 4 and still has a good 8/9cm before the convert to booster line in her convertible booster. This one is actually a new shell, so 5 point harness can be used even longer :D

The Master 2 kids; Perth, Australia 19989 posts
8th Jul '13
Quoting Manda♥Bella:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Destiel:</b>" I'm going to need to get one ...Dean only being ... [snip!] ... to booster line in her convertible booster. This one is actually a new shell, so 5 point harness can be used even longer :D"


I need to find something fast.

user banned 2 kids; Vientiane, Lao People's Democratic Republic 17415 posts
8th Jul '13

What age can they go in a booster?

user banned 2 kids; Vientiane, Lao People's Democratic Republic 17415 posts
8th Jul '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Destiel:</b>" I need to find something fast."</blockquote>



I have my son in a convertible and you can adjust the five point harness strap height. You may need to take the seat out though and do it from the back.

Jax 3 kids; Sydney, NS, Australia 2888 posts
8th Jul '13
Quoting THE KATIE PRICE:" What age can they go in a booster?"


Here they have to be 4 before they can go into a booster

Manda♥Bella 1 child; Midland, WA, Australia 29288 posts
8th Jul '13
Quoting THE KATIE PRICE:" What age can they go in a booster?"


4 is the minimum. But i refuse to put Bella into one yet, shes far too young and her body is far too fragile for a booster IMO. So she'll be harnessed hopefully for another couple of years :)