I drive a lancer station wagon, when this baby arrives the twins will be 2.2yrs old, with the twin on the drivers side and in the middle and the baby on the passenger side how to I prevent the twin sitting in the middle from grabbing/smacking/poking and prodding the new baby?
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02-03-2012 17:50 #1
How to stop grabbing in a car?
03-03-2012 08:10 #2
Sorry not too sure but bumping incase someone else has any suggestions
03-03-2012 08:21 #3
03-03-2012 08:22 #4
My DS1 was the same age when DS2 came along.
I found the sun shade on the capsule blocked most of his access to baby and didn't really have any problems.
I was so worried he would be poking, prodding or trying to feed baby while I was driving.
My only problem was he keeps stealing the dummy out of baby's mouth!
03-03-2012 08:33 #5
My babies are 22 months apart, the older one use to kick the baby and put her fingers in his mouth.. I had to put them on either side.. Was so stressful! Obviously not an option for you! my advice would be to have bub on the passenger side and get a mirror so you can see bub and any wondering hands
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