Nanny to Mommy: Zoo Atlanta with The Cousins {Wordless Wednesday LINKY}



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Wednesday, August 12, 2015

Zoo Atlanta with The Cousins {Wordless Wednesday LINKY}

This past week was my daughter's last week of summer break. We took advantage of it by spending every day outside doing something. My sister-in-law and I took all the kiddos to Zoo Atlanta on Thursday. A great time was had by all!



A photo posted by Diana Chastain (@mrsdchastain) on

 
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8 comments:

  1. Awww.....sweet pictures.Seems all of you had a great time...

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  2. The kids must have had a fab time at the zoo.

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  3. I liked your fun photos they all looked like they enjoyed it with their smiley faces heheh!

    Have a zootastic day :-)

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  4. Family trips to the zoo are the best! Have a wonderful week!

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  5. Beautiful littles! You might consider turning those two in the middle row back to rear facing to keep them safe :-)

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    1. Thank you for your concern. I assure they are perfectly safe. My niece is 2 & a half, so well above the age recommendation. She also meets the height and weight. My son while not two yet, meets the height and weight and was having issues being buckled in rear facing. I consulted with his physician as well as did my own research and decided to forward face him for his safety. When my daughter was 18 months old, we were in a car accident, she wasn't rear facing, but she was buckled in correctly. I think that's where the importance is.

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  6. My daughter is the one in the middle and like she said she is 2 and half and we'll past the height and weight she is very tall for her age and would not be comfortable rear facing I've seen alot worse in car seat safety then this.

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Diana