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    CPS Technician mish's Avatar
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    Jan 2008

    Guess what I had on my porch last night?

    When I got home last night I had a package on my porch!! It was my car seat for my nieces birthday. I'm kind of ashamed to admit that I got her a comfortsport. I know they are small and quickly grown out of, but that is really ok in this situation. When she outgrows it, I will probably get her a Nautilus or something like that. She is really tiny and my sister loves her snugride, so she really likes the comforsport. She also has a tiny car, so she didn't want anything big.

    And by the way, I put DS2 in the seat and he is just a hair over the top slots. He will be five in a month. My niece might just fit in it for a while.

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    Re: Guess what I had on my porch last night?

    Good for you! What a great present! I'm sure it will be appreciated.

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