Can't believe he still fits in his MR (but just barely)!

zactayaus

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Really needed to be able to use our MR for ds3 the end of this week. we'll be doing a lot of long distance traveling and he gets horrible head slump in both his GN and FR 85. The MR is the only seat that he doesn't slump in that fits where I need it to but we haven't used it in like 9 months. The last time we used it in our old car he was a minute away from outgrowing it. I was praying he would fit differently in it in our new car. And he does! But just barely. And he is so excited he can rest his feet on the seat in front of him (ERF much? :p). Lol.
 

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Geeperz, if his head won't stay up in a MR where will it? Poor dude :( Have you tried the "look at the ceiling when you feel like falling asleep" thing? My guess is yes but I figured i'd mention it.
 

Stacy

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You could bring his pillow along and have him hold it when he gets tired. That might help keep his head propped up when he's sleeping.
 

T4K

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You could bring his pillow along and have him hold it when he gets tired. That might help keep his head propped up when he's sleeping.

We do this but with a firmish stuffed animal. She hugs it and her head doesn't flop to her chest, just to the animal.
 

Lemonade

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Geeperz, if his head won't stay up in a MR where will it? Poor dude :( Have you tried the "look at the ceiling when you feel like falling asleep" thing? My guess is yes but I figured i'd mention it.

:yeahthatsad:

duct tape?

keep a long poking stick in the front and use it to readjust his head back into position?
 

zactayaus

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Well long trip #1 is on it's way! I swapped out the MR for the FR cause I think he's comfiest in the FR. I put it in as reclined as I could get it. So far so good. :)
 

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