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Well, my wife and I just brought our beautiful 8lb 1oz baby girl back from the hospital:):eek::). As our only "family" friendly vehicle, the ISF will be the baby transporter for a while until I buy something a little bigger for my wife to drive. I am happy to say our Chico 30keyfit works very well in the back...passenger can't put the seat very far back though.
 

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Thank you all for your congratulations. Yes, the exhaust note is soothing to her. I may have to put an exhaust on to increase the "soothing factor".
 

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congratulations man!!....but your definitley going to have to ease up on the gas pedal now.:D
Thank you all.


PC, When she is in the car, I drive like grandma.
 

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She is an absolute blessing. Unfortunately I wont be able to hold her for a while since I just had shoulder surgery this morning:( ...and typing with my left hand sucks.
 

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I will try to take a few pics tomorrow.
 

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Any pics of the baby seat in the IS-F? We have a newborn as well and just didn't even bother trying to fit her in the car. Luckily we got some suv's....
I snapped a few quick pics this morning. I have the Chicco Keyfit30. It is fairly big, but fits the best in the backseat of everything I tried. The front passenger doesn't have much leg room though, as the seat has to be put fairly far forward for the baby seat to fit.





 
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