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    Hey all. I'm currently 27 weeks with frat twins. I'm pretty short too and already can't fit behind the wheel of one of our cars and I'm noticing I've only got 1 or 2 cm left before it will be a tight squeeze in that one too. Any suggestions? Did this happen to anyone else. I will go insane if I can't drive anywhere!! 😳


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    Sorry, I'm going to be no great help to you as I'm very tall (34 weeks with twins ) and don't have your issue...
    Just wanted to wish you commiserations and hopefully your babies drop a bit lower to allow you a little more room to fit under the wheel. Can you push the steering wheel in closer to the dash at all?


 

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