Quoting [Boats&Hoes]:" I wish it would've been available in our stores before I bought my son's chart air 65. I bought a convertible ... [snip!] ... until she was almost 3 and only turned her around cuz she hit the weight limit at 35 lbs. We had a cheap seat with her."What convertible did you have at birth for the LO?
Quoting ang_turtle+2.5:" we have the myride 65 for julia, she was in it as a nb and fit very snuggly in it, and she's now 28 months and still rear facing in it. here's her pic of her as a newborn in it: "I too, made a lot of mistakes when Christopher was in his seat as baby, but those head holder things are after market pieces, right? And was she slouching? It looks like the straps are above her shoulders/head making the chest clip too low as well.
Quoting ang_turtle+2.5:" <blockquote><b>Quoting I♡C is TTC#2.:</b>" I too, made a lot of mistakes when ... [snip!] ... to do some adjusting to get it fitting better. When this pic was taken I had simply sat her in there and clipped it together"I gotcha. Wow, that's a different head rest, for sure.
Quoting I♡C is TTC#2.:" What convertible did you have at birth for the LO?"
Quoting [Boats&Hoes]:" Chart Air 65. According to the minimum height and weight for the seat, he was technically big enough, but his shoulders didn't come above the straps."Interesting. I've never heard of that seat either.
Quoting I♡C is TTC#2.:" Interesting. I've never heard of that seat either."
Quoting [Boats&Hoes]:" It's from Safety First. http://safety1st.djgusa.com/en/djgusa/chart-air-trade%3B-65-convertible-car-seat"Ah. Never knew. Lol. Learn something new each day, I suppose.