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Tuesday, April 28, 2009

we. need. a. new. car.

We've been on the fence about this for the better part of a year, but with the little guy on the way it suddenly seems imperative. The car seat is in and while I love having Echo power, I think it is safe to say we could use a slightly larger (and newer) car. As you can see it is a tight fit for the car seat. If I were an inch taller (or Jacqueline was a foot or so taller) we'd be in trouble.

Exhibit 1.

Exhibit 2.

3 comments :

  1. Roy and I had the same problem with our infant seat in our Mazda. It'll be a lot easier once the baby is in a "big boy" carseat. We have a Britax Marathon and it fits great in the Mazda.

    Natalie.

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  2. How old is the Echo? Uncle Adrian has been contemplating the purchase of a small used car... he might jump at the chance if the right deal came along. ;-)

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  3. The sad thing is that the Echo is the better of our cars. So it will be sticking around for a while, J's car on the other hand will hit the road once a new baby mover is part of the fleet.

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