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    I got mine at baby haggle. Safe and Sound Compaq

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    Any of these good? ImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1454699911.930170.jpg

    I don't want him feeling like a baby, but I want safety also.

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    Go the bottom left. It has a safe 5 point harness but converts to a booster when he's big enough.

    My DDs convertible one is a lot more spacious than her baby seat so she doesn't at all look babyish in it.

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    Much safer in a five point harness. There are many Type G seats that can now have them harnessed for longer. The Daren sound maxi guard and the Infa secure evolve allow for them to be harnessed until 8 years of age. Just because they are the right age doesn't mean you should always put them in a booster seat. Had I known more I would have purchased a seat that could harness my child until 8 rather than buy a booster seat.

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    I popped into na y bunting I must say, the maxi guard sct looked very secure compared to others. But it was like a 5 min view. I did look at the bottom one also. I think it doesn't protect much as in you have to use the car seat belt. Thoughts?
    Safe & sound britax brand

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    Under what circumstances can you be rejected from private school?

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    I have the safe n sound maxi rider easy adjust and it's awesome. I have lots of safe n sound seats and think they are all great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nafsika View Post
    Under what circumstances can you be rejected from private school?
    Many. They could be full, you may not meet their eligibility criteria (unable to show proof of regular church attendance/ not baptized). Or they may only have a certain number of places allocated for those students each year. If you did an interview, they might not have thought your child was the right fit for the school etc.

    Was your child denied enrollment in a private school?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Curby View Post
    Many. They could be full, you may not meet their eligibility criteria (unable to show proof of regular church attendance/ not baptized). Or they may only have a certain number of places allocated for those students each year. If you did an interview, they might not have thought your child was the right fit for the school etc.

    Was your child denied enrollment in a private school?
    Is that allowed? Like really...about church and everything?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nafsika View Post
    Is that allowed? Like really...about church and everything?
    Yes, as they are private, they get to choose who they do/don't accept in.

    We applied for a few local catholic schools for my son for next year, only because we didn't like the local public one that we are zoned to (& the other close public schools are zoned & impossible to get into) -- of the three private schools we applied for, he only got into one of them - we aren't Catholic, he's not baptized, & they priorities Catholics first, & then there are only a handful of places left for the non Catholics.

    I imagine the other denomination schools work much the same.


 

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