Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Pint-Sized Moments: So This is Awkward...Booster Seats

Hello on this beautiful Tuesday afternoon! I have a fun feature to share today! Each week I will be sharing a Pint-Sized Moment - a moment from my life where being teeny tiny makes things interesting, awkward, funny, or unbelievable. Believe me, I have many of all of those types of moments.

This week's Pint-Sized Moment:

Just read what the top of the box says.

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Yup. The picture says it all. I was shopping for baby stuff at Walmart during my 2nd trimester and I ran across this little doozy. "Children 4'9" and under should use a booster seat." I am barely 4'8". I learned 2 things from this informative Walmart product: #1 - I am a child apparently. #2- I need to use a booster seat.

To be fair, I rode in a booster seat much longer than most other children did, just ask my mother about how much I screamed in the car. But I'm going to look on the bright side: maybe Nicholas and I can get matching booster seats someday.

Have you had any awkward shopping moments recently?


  1. Another thing we can learn is that Walmart's measuring scale is not accurate...

  2. I like your expression here. For a moment I thought the box said 'for kid 4-30 years old' and thought the manufacturers were really broadening their market!


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