2 and 4-year-old same torso

bnsnyde

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My 2-year-old boy and 4-year-old girl have the same torso.
I finally measured today and was surprised! Height-wise they differ by 2 inches. Add by weight a few pounds.

They both can use the Pro-sport in the spare Civic now. He outgrew the RF Scenera with air-pockets seat that was the designated RF seat for that car, and to my dismay is FF. But the Prosport is a good fit and we love it!

They can both RF in the Radian in the van, though.

I won't be handing down her stuff to him, much longer. He is going to surpass her in size! :)
 

2BunniesMommy

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My kids are almost 3 years apart. I haven't actually measured their torso heights, but sitting they are very close in height and standing they are 6 inches apart. It is crazy!
 

mamakc

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My kids have had the same size torso since they were 1&3. It's nice for seat sharing :)

-Krista
DD~5 Monterey /youth booster
DS~3~ Maestro / radian
DN~1~ Radian xtsl
 

jess71903

Ambassador
My 4:75 year old and 2:5 year old are close, too. DD sat in Ds's Regent today just to cooloff in the car's A/c and would use the same slots he does, with maybe 1" of difference between them.
 

mominabigtruck

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My 6 and 10 year old wear the same size clothes. Ds1 has a short torso and long legs like me and ds2 is built like dh with a long toso and short legs. The downside is they're wearing clothes completely out before they get to ds3 and they're always fighting over who gets to wear the cool shirts.
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kirsty

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My 8 year old niece has slightly bigger torso than my 11 year old niece they are the same height and the 8 year old is a little bit heavier. The 11 year old is small for her age at 4 foot 5 inches and 60 pounds
 

ElfJewel

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Jamie and Ian have used the same slot on their Radians since we got them (so 2 years). Jamie is 3-4 inches taller and 8 lbs heavier. And Emi is catching up.
 

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