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Okay so I can't be the only one dealing with this. We had a snowstorm yesterday and today we went out to do errands. And it wasn't until I was taking her out of her seat that I was like.... oh man, she has muddy boots and now it's all over the back of the seat!! She's RFing in a MyRide. This is the first I've really dealt with this because previously I'd just carry her to and from the car... now she insists on walking.
So what can you do? I'm thinking of somehow draping a towel over the seat (not under the carseat, but over the back of the seat). I don't want to bother taking her boots off and on every time we get out of the car (though she's well on her way to doing that herself - took off her boots and socks during the trip home today, lovely).
Yep, we're dealing with this as well. I have been just taking Claire's shoes off, but that is a pain in the rear!
I have been considering something like this: Brica Kick Mats - 2-Pack - Black - Brica - Babies "R" Us. They're supposed to be used for FFing, but I don't see why you couldn't just put them on the back of the seat for RFing, and they look to be plastic-y so you could wipe them down. I have been waiting to go to BRUS so I can see them in person.
Melissa & DH
IVF babies Claire (4), Abigail (2) and George (2)