we JUST put ours in as well, it made it so eerily real! just a couple more weeks :)
AHHH!!! So excited for you!!! xo
I am a car seat techinican and would recommend you switch the positions of your car seats. I only mean this to be helpful, and I only want to educate people in the best interest of those sweet kids who ride in cars! Your older child should be behind the driver and your baby should be in the middle or behind the passenger. Research shows we make more right turns when we drive, so if you were to have a side impact accident, statistically speaking it will happen on your drivers side. An older child can handle the impact better than a baby. Congrats on #2. It's a crazy and fun ride! :)
excuse me for my ignorance...but that thing under the car seat is to prevent damage on the seat right?!?!?!!? WHERE DID YOU GET IT!!!!! i live in mexico and i need one...like now!
I am so excited for you! Your nursery is looking so pretty and that toy basket of doll is adorable.
I'm going to disagree with the comment about the seat positions. The statistic about the driver's side getting hit more is true but it's better for a rear facing carseat to be on that side. The forward facing child is the least safe because they are forward so she should be on the passenger side. You have the positions correct. However, the extra padding you have in the infant carrier is not safe as it was not supplied with the carseat and has not been tested with it. These aftermarket products can be dangerous to use as it can prevent the carseat's effectiveness in an accident. This info will be in your manual or you can go on www.thecarseatlady.com