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    DD's going to be a tall kid, so for her probably around 10yo.

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    I originally said not before 12yrs no matter how tall they are. But there was a few days when I let DD1 sit in the front last year. But she was turning 12yrs that year and is almost as tall as me and in High School.

    Last year we said DD1 could sit there for school runs only. Then this year we said she could also sit in the front when DH takes her to Gymnastics training which is at leats a 30min drive away. That would be the limit though.

    DD2 is 8yrs and still in her booster while I think if we give DD3 a couple of years she will be taller than me and DD1. But being twins on the unlikely event that one of us needs to take one of them somewhere when they are older neither will sit in the front until DD2 is a safe height.


 

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