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  • Yeah that is what the chick there told me. I'm kind of stuck on what to get for a seat. Should I wait a few months and move Meika into a Frontier and then move Emma into the Boulevard?? I'm curious how long Meika will last in the Boulevard, she is a petite thing. I also think Emma would be a better traveller if she was in a convertible seat, but which ones are ok for a newborn???
    Hey, I was looking for you at Toys r us on Sunday but you werent working. I have a couple questions for you!
    Hi Trudy,
    I have one TF question. On the CS site it says the top slots are 18inches. I can only get just over 17. Which is right? Thanks, Kathy
    HI!!!! Haven't "seen" you in awhile. Hope everything is going good for you.
    Hi--I have the evenflo triumph advanced, and came across your april post about this seat. We have our seat in really tight with latch, rear facing, full recine position. The tighter we get the seat, the more the latch strap hits right aganist the knobs. We can tighten the harness and loosen it fine. I'm wondering it's safe to have the strap right against the knobs.

    We did put in a pool noodle, but it was too reclined for our 16 month old. We might try a thinner noodle or towel.

    I saw your pics where the strap is right against the knobs. Is this safe? I wasn't sure if these were pics of things to avoid...??

    Thank you so much for your time and insight!

    do you have any pics of your dd ff in the TF? I keep hearing that the TF is extremely reclined in ff mode, and would like to see this for myself. ;) You're the only person I feel comfortable requesting pics from. I hope you don't mind. Thanks, Angie (carseatqueen)

    I just printed off your top bar position info from the sticky list. (kwim?) It's for a neighbour who is using the top bar and harness, but also using the harness with her 45lb child. I notice that no where in your (awesome) info page does it clearly list the weight limits of the seat. I know that your intention was to speak on the top bar rule, but I'm wondering if you could also add something about the harnessing weight limits. My neighbour is *sure* you can use the harness to 80lbs. ;)

    If not, then just ignore me. It's still an awesome hand-out, but I just need *proof* about the harnessing wieight limit, kwim?! :)


    (car seat queen)
    Hi re: re the Aunt who posted about her niece with Autism-as the thread is closed, can you please direct her to the following organizations: ACT BC and Autism Society of BC, both in Vancouver (which is where she seems to be posting from). Thank You
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