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Leila, 3 years

Leila is 3 years old.  She is rear-facing in the Britax Boulevard at 30 lbs, 40 inches tall.  Leila's mom adds: She rides in a rear-facing Britax Wizard and Britax Laptop as well as an E-Z-On KidY with RideRyte booster in other vehicles ... the Wizard & Boulevard are her favorites! I also thought you might be interested in this post because it describes how we decided to remain rear-facing even now that she's in Nursery school & suffering peer-pressure to turn around.

Leila rear-facing on the airplane at 3 years old.

Leila is 2 years, 5 months old.  She is rear-facing in the Britax Wizard at 24 lbs, 38 inches tall.  Leila's mom adds: "Leila has reverted back to rear-facing from forward-facing ... after dealing with "carseat battles" trying to get her in forward-facing, I bought the Wizard so that she could sit rear-facing again & now she is happy again, no more screaming fits!"

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