How To Fit 3 Booster Seats In A Row

Have you ever asked how to fit 3 booster or car seats in a row in a small space? With four kids, plus lots of play dates, we are constantly re-configuring who sits where in the car. Fortunately, the primary car that I drive seat eight. And with friends piled in, I often have ALL eight seats filled. While we easily fit three full size car seats or boosters in the second row, we always had an issue with trying to figure out how to fit three seats in the third row. We also had the same issue with the back seat of our smaller car… We could never figure out how to fit three seats in the back, which meant that we could only take two kids in that car at a time. So frustrating. Until our amazing car seat installer (Thank you Adam!) told us about the Bubble Bum Booster Seat. This life-changing little booster seat has been the best find of the year, hands down!

The Bubble Bum is a portable, inflatable booster seat that can fit in your purse for travel (think Taxis, or your in-laws’ car), but that can also be used on the daily. It inflates very easily, and fits nicely in between two full size car seats or booster seats. Since the primary goal of a booster is to lift the child higher up so that the seat belt rests in proper position, this safe seat does the trick, and has full crash test approval.

Here is one of our Bubble Bums (I loved it so much that I bought two!) in between a full size convertible booster seat and a full size backless booster seat. This is a picture of the third row where three full-size seats would not otherwise fit.

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To make things more fun, the seat also comes in a variety of colors: 1ffa0223-0dd5-4160-9efd-859d75dc7d3b.jpg._CB308137744__SR300,300_62265555-96e9-4bcd-b5e4-9d31f63526d4.jpg._CB308136562__SR300,300_.jpgportablebooster.jpgScreen Shot 2017-05-28 at 5.51.51 PM

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