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    I have newborn behind driver and almost 2 year old behind passenger.

    My 2 year old can climb into the car seat but at the moment chooses not to, clibing anywhere else in the car is way more exciting.

    I take the baby out and put her in a carrier or pram, and can then get the toddler out onto the footpath.

    The toddler is also a runner, and i wouldn't like to lose grip on her hand if i was getting her out on the road. At least on the path, there is longer for her to get to the road, and hopefully i woud grab her again before she reached it.

    Also don't have the two seats next to each other cos for now, the toddler would bash or feed the newborn.

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    We will be having my step daughter who's about to turn 5 behind the drivers seat and the capsule behind the passenger.
    My SD can do up her own seat belt & it quite well behaved so we feel it's safe to have her on that side. Although it may change and we may put her next to bub as I think she would be a big help


 

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