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We seem to have extended the harness to its maximum fit, and yet it's VERY tight on our 11.5-month-old. Are we missing something? What are we doing wrong? She'll outgrow it in a few days if we don't sort this out!
got rid of mine ages ago .. but isn't there something at the back you can lift up so that they start higher up??
The bit at the back doesnt seem to help Twiglett..... Not sure how to answer your question Yorkie! Just extended them to their max length. Must be doing something stupid
sorry think that might be on one of our car seats
are there different holes to thread the harness through (clutching at straws here)
This may be a stupid question,but have you adusted all five bits of the harness?
Ds was in his until 3yrs. And now I have one for dd and she's 11.5mths old too.
I think so kymbo - better check! Will get back to you once we've had another go at it ...
Ok, good luck! BTW, when's your dd 1? My dd will be one Jan 28th--VERY excited!!
DH has had another go and says he might have got an inch or two out of it! We'll see!
DD is 24 Jan - can't believe it's been nearly a year! Her "best friend" is 28 Jan
How's it going rouge? Have you got it sorted yet?
If not then take it into a shop that sell's them, and get them to take a look at it.
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