DD2 is that height and I thought she had lots of room. So I was just thinking that these must be longer torsoed kids? In our vehicle, I just noticed she needs to be moved up a slot because she's just on the verge of being over whatever slot she's on. In my dad's vehicle, it looks like she's over that slot, so has less room than in our vehicle, so I have to move her up before she uses the seat again. From what I'm hearing here, it sounds like the slot I'm moving her to is likely the last one.My son outgrew his Nauti in my car at 43". Still fits w/ room to grow in the truck though.
He may be too tall for a Nauti. I was working with a 3 yr old here, that was about that size. He was too tall. He is in a frontier now.
At Walmart.ca it's showing the brown one as $120 in store for my chosen location. Although it looks sketchy as to whether my location actually has them in stock. The OP could check for her locations online, and then look in store if it appears promising.And Canadian Nautiluses are not $120, I don't think.
As much as I dislike seeing a 3yo in a backless booster, it IS a better choice than being 12# over the limit in a harnessed seat, and it's probably a better choice than using the 3in1 as a booster. I am NOT comfortable with the situation at all, but mom deserves credit for trying to make good choices.
And Canadian Nautiluses are not $120, I don't think.
I only wish I could give her some credit...but the reason she moved him into the booster is that her younger son (2.5) needed the 3 in 1...and she just told me that he is in a booster since age 2
She owns 1 bucket, 1 3 in 1, and 1 backless booster for 4 kids, now aged 8, 5, 3, and 2. She says that is enough car seat buying and soon her youngest can use the booster and she'll get rid of the expired seat I've given up on trying to talk to her. I know her reason is that they are short on cash; I hope she doesn't learn the hard way that car seats are cheaper than tickets.
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