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Can anyone reccomend a car seat for a large baby (2months and just over 7kg)?

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BrownieBells Wed 08-Jul-09 16:14:15

I have an 8 week old who is 7.1kg and at the rate he is growing, he will not fit in his M&P Primo Viaggio car seat for long! I want him to be rear facing for as long as possible, but he is also a long baby as well as being big in weight.

Anyone in a similar position that can recommend a good and safe car seat?

Thanks

nimnom Wed 08-Jul-09 16:21:29

I had ds2 rear facing in his second stage carseat. It was nearly four years ago but it worked for us - both my ds's were big

usernametaken Wed 08-Jul-09 20:07:23

Britax First Class si- will rear face up to 13kgs, then FF to 18kgs.
There are a few other combination seats (rear and forward) on the market but I've only had the Britax- we've been very happy with it.

allaboutme Wed 08-Jul-09 20:12:31

my sisters baby was 9kg at 3 months and didnt fit in his mothercare seat. he still fits in my old maxi cosi one though at nearly 6 months old so i think its quite roomy

FabBakerGirlIsBack Wed 08-Jul-09 20:14:44

Graco auto base

New version of britax rock a tot

Definitely rear facing for a good while yet.

BrownieBells Wed 08-Jul-09 20:16:48

thanks for responses - all about me - which maxi cosi is it?
nimnom - was your second stage seat designed to rear face? if so, which is it, as mine is only forward facing (from ds1).

thanks

allaboutme Wed 08-Jul-09 20:49:56

maxi cosi cabrio

BrownieBells Wed 08-Jul-09 20:59:58

Allaboutme - like this one?

trixymalixy Wed 08-Jul-09 21:01:31

My DS was in his maxi cosi cabrio until he was well over a year old.

BTW car seats only become too small when their head is poking over the top, it doesn't matter about how much their legs are sticking out.

BrownieBells Wed 08-Jul-09 21:07:28

Thanks trixy - out of interest, how heavy was your ds?

Loopymumsy Wed 08-Jul-09 21:07:49

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allaboutme Wed 08-Jul-09 21:16:13

yes exactly that one

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