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Ian, 3 years 1 month

Ian moved to a Britax Marathon and stayed rear-facing until 3 years 1 month old, 33 lbs and 39 inches tall. This picture was taken just before he was turned forward-facing because he was to heavy to rear-face any longer.



   
Ian was too tall to rear-face in the Roundabout at 1 year 4 months old, and had to be turned forward-facing at that time.  Shortly before he turned 2, his mom got her hands on the Britax Elite (now discontinued), which has a tall back and allows for rear-facing to 32 lbs.  Ian is shown here rear-facing at 2 years 3 months, and 31 lbs.




Ian, rear-facing in Britax Roundabout.  Ian is almost 14.5mo, about 26 pounds and 30.5 inches tall.

 

 

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