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    Thanks to every one for replying.

    I think I'll get her a travel pillow and see if that helps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cicho View Post
    I thought the law was H harnesses or boosters with inbuilt harnesses till age 7?

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    No, H harnesses, aren't actually recommended at all. They potentially put pressure on areas that they shouldn't if they aren't worn 100% properly.

    The rules or inbuilt harnesses (not H-harness) til the age of 4, then a booster seat with a normal seat is ok til 7.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mim1 View Post
    No, H harnesses, aren't actually recommended at all. They potentially put pressure on areas that they shouldn't if they aren't worn 100% properly.

    The rules or inbuilt harnesses (not H-harness) til the age of 4, then a booster seat with a normal seat is ok til 7.
    Oh ok. Cool

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    Quote Originally Posted by mim1 View Post
    No, H harnesses, aren't actually recommended at all. They potentially put pressure on areas that they shouldn't if they aren't worn 100% properly.

    The rules or inbuilt harnesses (not H-harness) til the age of 4, then a booster seat with a normal seat is ok til 7.
    Really! I'm confused now but happy with the one we bought and we can use it for DS when DD outgrows it in a few years.


 

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