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Piper, 3 years, 10.5 months

Mom's Notes: We recently turned Piper back to rear-facing when I found my install was not perfect forward facing, and I didn't want to move her outbound. She's safer this way, and perfectly satisfied.  Here she is at 3 years 10.5 months. She's 27-28 pounds.

 

Piper is rear-facing at 2.5 years in a Britax Wizard.  She was probably about 23 pounds at this point.  Piper's parents turned her forward just after this picture was taken, though she still rides rear-facing occasionally.


 

Piper rear-facing in the Britax Advantage at 1 year, 9 1/2 months old.  Piper is barely 20 lbs.

Piper rear-facing in the Britax Advantage at 1 year, 2 1/2 months old.  Piper weighs only 17 lbs (so does not meet the weight minimum to forward-face), but she will stay rear-facing to the limits of her seat.

 

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