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Old 01-15-2008, 08:30 AM   #11
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an Apex-65 is affordable, comfortable, and has a decent harness height. It should last him quite a while

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an Apex-65 is affordable, comfortable, and has a decent harness height. It should last him quite a while
The Apex is ok, but I'd go for the new Graco seat. Higher harness slots, no head support from the vehicle needed, turns into a high back or backless booster, etc.

http://www.gracobaby.com/catalog/pro...V&CategoryID=1 Some Walmarts have them. Not sure where else.

In the Regent, you may need to work at teaching her to unbuckle. Practice when you have plenty of time, no coat to get in the way, be patient.
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The Apex is ok, but I'd go for the new Graco seat. Higher harness slots, no head support from the vehicle needed, turns into a high back or backless booster, etc.

http://www.gracobaby.com/catalog/pro...V&CategoryID=1 Some Walmarts have them. Not sure where else.

In the Regent, you may need to work at teaching her to unbuckle. Practice when you have plenty of time, no coat to get in the way, be patient.
I'm sure she could unbuckle it now. She unbuckles my 4 yr old all the time since they're in the back together.

I'll look in to both of those seats. That's gals!
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