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Aaron - 4 years old

Aaron's last day rear-facing.  He is 4 years, 4 months old.  He weighs 33 lbs and is 41 inches tall. 
 

Aaron at 4 years old rear-facing in the Britax Roundabout.  Aaron weighs 32 lbs and is 41 inches tall.
 

Aaron at 44 months (3 years, 8 months old).  Still HAPPILY rear-facing in the Britax Roundabout.  He still weighs 31 lbs and is 38 inches tall.  
 

Aaron at 36 months (3 years old).  Still rear-facing in the Britax Roundabout.  He now weighs 31 lbs (the Roundabout can be used to 33 lbs), and is 36.5 inches tall.  He LOVES the Roundabout. 
 

Aaron Rear-facing in Britax Roundabout at 30 months old.  Aaron fits very comfortably in this seat.  He likes it better than the one below, probably because it's more padded and sits up higher.  Plenty of comfort space for his legs.
 

Aaron Rear-facing in Britax Elite at 29 months old, about 26 lbs and 34.25 inches tall.  Seated height is 19.5 inches.  He has about 4-5 inches of head room left.  He only has to slightly bend his knees to fit, but most of the time he prefers to put his feet straight out on the seat back.

 

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