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Old 04-09-2012, 07:29 PM   #1
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seat recs for 8 month old twins

Im looking for something for my nephews because my sister doesnt seem to realuze how important it is. One of them has less than 1" of seat under his head so i need simething fast for him, the other still has a bit of growing room but will need something pretty soon too.

She has a 2011 kia forte. They are big boys, around 24 lbs each but not super tall just very long torso. I think my mom said they are about 27" long. They are in snugride 35s right now.

Money is definitely an issue, it will most likely be my mom and i getting the seats. My sister is not super involved but i want them to get to 2 rfing. Her back seat is tiny though. Will myrides fit in a forte? Roundabouts? I know a scenera is an option and something they can pick up quickly but hiw long will it last them?

Oh and dont worry, she hasnt been able to leave the house with the one who has outgrown the seat so hes not riding around unsafely but my parentscare going out of town soon and my sister could care less about car seat safety.


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Old 04-10-2012, 07:01 AM   #2
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Re: seat recs for 8 month old twins

The scenera should get them to two rear-facing. If you can't find it in the store, someone pointed out the new one is called APT not scenera online.
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Old 04-10-2012, 07:12 AM   #3
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Re: seat recs for 8 month old twins

The Scenera is becoming a Walmart exclusive seat. The Apt and the Scenera are two different seats. The Apt has cup holders so it's wide like the MyRide.

I would look at the Safety 1st Guide 65. They're $79 at walmart. They're fairly narrow and should fit for awhile.

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