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Jake and I have been talking about getting another vehicle for me real soon but he thinks that it would be a good idea to get a mini van because it will be enough space since I think im going to open my own daycare and they get good gas mileage...but Im just so unsure of driving one! He said we could get a minivan and then once his rangers paid off (next yr I think ) we can get a nice SUV or a car so that he\'ll have a truck to drive to work and Ill have the van then we\'ll have something that I actually want (like a Nissan Altima or Maxima! ) anyway just wondering what everyone elses opinions are..I mean I know minivans arent bad ...a friend of mine has a really nice one with power doors and an entertainment setup and stuff like that...... but at 19 it just sounds wierd!!
Wife to: J
Minion 1 2*3*05
Minion 2 6*3*08
Minion 3 7*22*11
Minion 4 7*30*12
Minion 5 due 9/20/13
I drive a Tahoe. It's great for room, but I really wish we hadn't gotten the optional 3rd row seating. It's really a waste. I mean, honestly, you'd have to be Joshlynn's size to get back there! (Which would be great but she can't buckle herself into her car seat...lol) The seats are removable, but what do you do with them when you take them out?! Come on now, we live upstairs, in a 2 bedroom apt!
One of my friend's mom drove a Dodge Caravan. It was super nice. Power doors on both sides, flip down tv with dvd entertainment system, seats 8, and the second row seating were bucket seats...SUPER COMFY! I think a mini van is the right way to go with your day care idea, but I'm with you on the age factor!