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    Quote Originally Posted by amyd View Post
    Not correct. The seats are only tested in rearfacing mode until the shoulders reach the markers.
    I never said it was correct, thats just what the safe n sound rep said to me. I thought it was strange myself.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Tinkers View Post
    I never said it was correct, thats just what the safe n sound rep said to me. I thought it was strange myself.


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    Sorry, I was doing my usual quick post while feeding and it never comes across correctly. I just wanted to correct it in case someone took it as truth, baby shop staff can be shockers. The way you said it definitely made me think it was them and not you saying it.

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    Nah all good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by heartstringz View Post
    Maxi cosi hera

    Just pulled the padding out but there wasnt much under his bum, might buy us a bit of time though

    Will have to call the manufacturer & check

    He is tall, he's in 0 onesies already!!

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    Wow! My nearly 2.5 year old is in size 0 onesies at night.

    I agree to call the manufacturer, good luck!


 

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