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Capsule and car seat
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Posted 27 January 2013 - 05:48 PM
I'm sure this has been asked many times but I can't find the answer searching.
I'm going to be driving a neighbour 3x a week with her little bubba. I still have the capsule we used for DS and am going to have it permenantly in the back seat until her baby grows out of it since there is no real need to take it in and out.
What is the best/safest way to arrange them in the back seat?
Currently DS's ff car seat is in the middle seat.
Posted 27 January 2013 - 05:53 PM
When I just had the 2 I had my toddler's car seat in the midde and the capsule behind the passenger. Would be easy for your neighbour to put bubs in the capsule then get in the front seat from the same side while you put your DS in from the driver's side. The only downside is if you street park a lot but you can probably still get your DS in from the street side before the capsule is clicked into place - I used to get my DS to walk through past the capsule base when I needed him to.
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