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    We turned DS at 1 because he would scream uncontrollably every time he was put in the car. As soon as we turned him around he was happy as and loves the car now.

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    All of mine 6-9 mths.

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    With my first around 13 months, with my second I don’t remember prob about 14 months and dd3 is still rear facing now at 17 months in the same seat. We just did a weekend away, 4 hour car ride so was putting off with hopes she would sleep in the car, she didn’t sleep at all one way and maybe 1hr of the drive home. She’s a cranky passenger so will prob try turning her forward soon if her seat fits.

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    Still RF at nearly 3yo. Honestly it’s far far safer to keep them RF as long as possible

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    DD was 13 months when we changed her around. She is tall & was too squished &it got to the point where she wasnt wanting to get in the car because of it so we turned her

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    My DD1 had her 3rd birthday at the weekend, and she’s still RF in an extended rear facing seat.
    She’s tall, and still manages to seat comfortably on her seat.
    Car safety is paramount

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    Dd was 14 mths . When grew out of capsule
    Ds is only 8mths now and still rf

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    Default When did u turn your Bub to forward facing

    Around 17 months. He reached the marker and the most was instigated by hubby. I’ve enjoyed the interaction from my son seeing lots more now as we drive.

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    Still RF at 20months. I want to delay FF as I understand RF is so much safer (and she still fits and she doesn’t know any better).


 

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