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Thread: Travel seats

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    Travel seats

    I'm dreaming of a vacation. Likely not to happen, but I can dream, right? Kids are 5, 50lbs. 3.5, 40lbs, and 15 mos, 24lbs. I was thinking the easiest travel seats would be a bubble bum, rstv, and a SureRide. Any other ideas that would be easily transportable and economical? Does the bubble bum or rstv expire like regular seats?
    DD1 - 10yo, 70lbs, 53" 2013 Parkway SG or Turbobooster
    DD2 - 8yo, 65lbs, 52" Turbobooster
    DD3 - 6yo, 45lbs, 44" 2013 Parkway SGL or Turbobooster
    DS - Due March 2019

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    Re: Travel seats

    The bubble bum has a 4 year expiration, I don't think the vests expire.
    Ann

    DD - 1/06 - 5-stepping
    DS - 12/07 - Incognito, Recaro Performance Booster & Harmony Literiders
    And a Bubble Bum for backup/travel

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    No, the vests don't expire. Those seats sound good to me as long as there's not a ton of driving involved!
    Kate // CPST, SK Senior Checker, & Mom to M (12/2010)

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