My nephew in his booster

agave

New member
I drove my nephew around (5 next month) for 3 days and other than the fact that he's too squirmy for a booster and the head rest kept getting lowered. I'm pretty pleased with the Parkway SG. When I first buckled him he immediately started trying to put the seat belt behind his back, he only tried that once. The SG thing made a lot more sense after he showed me how it worked. I was impressed how the shoulder belt stayed stuck to his shoulder no matter how he moved. He did a lot better after the first ride when I removed some distractions. Yesterday on the way back from the Zoo he started asking about why my kid's seats where facing the other way. Then said he wanted to sit that way too, I didn't get a chance to see if he could fit though.
 
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lovemybabies924

New member
Cute :) how much does he weigh? And so u had the headrest a click up?

Sent from my iPod touch, sorry for any auto-correct typos!
 

agave

New member
Yes, I moved the head rest up a notch. I can post another picture tomorrow, it stayed right on his shoulder through all his squirmyness and when sitting still. He's just over 43" and 41 lbs clothed and barefoot. He was probably wearing half a pound of paint in the picture.

He got it in June at 37 lbs, this was the first time I'd seen him in it.
 

noahsmom24

New member
I like our Prkwy sg as well, When I first looked at the pics I had the same thought, that the head rest needed to go up one notch to give a better fit for the belt to fit. Otherwise looks pretty good, I do like the sg clip actually does it's job.
 

agave

New member
Here's the shoulder belt with him still I wish I'd moved the headrest up before taking the pictures, but it looked good to my untrained eye the whole time. It also seemed to fit my 3 yr old well and very badly on my 2 yr old.
 

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abigaylebelle

Active member
He is super cute. I'm glad he's having a good time with that paint, lol. The belt fit looks good in it, I had heard some mixed reviews.
 

wendytthomas

Admin - CPST Instructor
Staff member
The minimum weight for the Parkway is 40 pounds, so hopefully he's gained a few since then.

Wendy
 

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