City select harness

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VanIsleMommy

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I have a strong dislike for stroller harnesses. My issue with the city select is that baby is still too small for me to feel she is safe in the harness with her low muscle tone . plus when we go from outside bundled to inside mall unbundled I hate adjusting the harness? Or if ds decides to sit in a different seat it's a pain in the rear. Currently I have the harness undone pushed out of the way and tie baby in the stroller with a wrap to hold her up when she's in it. Which is rare because she is usually carried lol...

Any harness solutions???
 
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4boysmom

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I always kept the seat slightly reclined and only used the waist straps. Then bolster with receiving blankets kept in carry basket for side to side movement?
 

DMS721

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My little guy has low tone, and has always been very small, like not even on the growth charts small. He did okay with the Select Harness. I always had his seat in the second recline position. Sometimes it was a tight fit, but it has always been doable. Keeping him a bit reclined helped him since he couldnt sit up unassisted to after he was a year old. I had no problems keeping the harness tight enough that he would fall out. My biggest issue was the shoulder pads that he constantly wanted to chew on.
 
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VanIsleMommy

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I can get it tight if I leave it on the absolute smallest setting but she is a talented little thing and has pulled an arm through even then. I have hugs but she thinks they are stroller missiles now... I wish there was a way to adjust them on the fly. I've had other strollers with a back adjust that worked well.

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sparkle3116

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I can get it tight if I leave it on the absolute smallest setting but she is a talented little thing and has pulled an arm through even then. I have hugs but she thinks they are stroller missiles now... I wish there was a way to adjust them on the fly. I've had other strollers with a back adjust that worked well.

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I'm not sure if it would be worthwhile for you to switch strollers at this point, but the B-Ready has a back adjust knob, no-rethread type harness.
 

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