My daughter is 3 3/4 years old. She still is in the carseat. But, she doesn't like the 5 point harness. Seriously I have the belts so you wouldn't think that she would be able to pull her arms out of them. Well guess what, she can and it makes me nervous. So I bought a booster off from a store website. I got it today and the box says 40lbs and up. And on the internet kmart site is says 30lbs. So I thought it would be safe for her to ride. I am going to try her in it before she gets in it to ride in it. I am going to also make sure the belt is on her tight enough. So I am looking for some serious inquiries only about when you transitioned child to booster? Thanks!!!Answer Question
Asked by Anonymous at 2:06 PM on May. 7, 2010 in Preschoolers (3-4)
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Answer by laciD at 2:15 PM on May. 7, 2010
I transition them when they are too big for the 5 point harness (which is usually beyond the state law minimums) I think at 3, she is not legally old enough but you'll have to check your state guidelines for that.
My concern would be that she will do the same thing with the regular seat belt and that would not be a good thing!! If she doesn't leave the seat belt where it is supposed to be and you have an accident, she could be seriously hurt.
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