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This is a discussion on Anyone use a baby seat in their z28 ? within the General Help forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; Originally Posted by mark21742 I remember riding in the back hatch area in my parents old fullsize station wagon. rode ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by mark21742 View Post
    I remember riding in the back hatch area in my parents old fullsize station wagon. rode several times in the back of my fathers pickup (with cap on) where we had a big foam bed back there to sleep/play from Maryland to Canada and back......its amazing any of us are still here to talk about the good old days lol
    Yep, grew up in the back of a 57 chevy convertable,,,then a 69GTO,,of which my father still owns. Vacations and all. I turned out just fine. I see no reason to bring my son up any other way

    I think people have had all this safety stuff pounded in their heads, and are afraid to leave the house, or watch too much TV and are scared to death.
    Although I have to say there are alot more idiots out there now than there used to be.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Firebirdjones View Post
    Yep, grew up in the back of a 57 chevy convertable,,,then a 69GTO,,of which my father still owns. Vacations and all. I turned out just fine. I see no reason to bring my son up any other way

    I think people have had all this safety stuff pounded in their heads, and are afraid to leave the house, or watch too much TV and are scared to death.
    Although I have to say there are alot more idiots out there now than there used to be.
    trust me I know what you mean about a lot more idiots out there. I've been riding motorcycles for over 15 years and its amazing how much more traffic is on the roads around here in just the last 5 years.
    we live next to the mountain about 10 miles out of town and I was all excited the other weekend when I got to take my 8 year old step daughter for her first motorcycle ride

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    Quote Originally Posted by mark21742 View Post
    trust me I know what you mean about a lot more idiots out there. I've been riding motorcycles for over 15 years and its amazing how much more traffic is on the roads around here in just the last 5 years.
    we live next to the mountain about 10 miles out of town and I was all excited the other weekend when I got to take my 8 year old step daughter for her first motorcycle ride
    Man what an awsome experience for a little kid. I remember my first ride on my fathers motorbike when I was maybe 6 or 7,,sitting on the gas tank boy was I scared to death. Once I got over that I wanted to keep going.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Firebirdjones View Post
    Man what an awsome experience for a little kid. I remember my first ride on my fathers motorbike when I was maybe 6 or 7,,sitting on the gas tank boy was I scared to death. Once I got over that I wanted to keep going.
    yup the poor girl almost lost her voice from laughing for an hour strait......all I heard from behind me the whole time was her loling

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    Quote Originally Posted by Firebirdjones View Post
    Yep, grew up in the back of a 57 chevy convertable,,,then a 69GTO,,of which my father still owns. Vacations and all. I turned out just fine. I see no reason to bring my son up any other way

    I think people have had all this safety stuff pounded in their heads, and are afraid to leave the house, or watch too much TV and are scared to death.
    Although I have to say there are alot more idiots out there now than there used to be.
    Safety stuff pounded in our heads.....................just like, I feel guilty if I don't have some safety glasses on whenever I do any yard work! LOL

    Gotta be safe, dammit! Even if I'm just pulling weeds, I'm like, when is the OSHA guy gonna come around the corner and nail me for no glasses??????

    It's going to happen, regulations about proper equipment to wear in your own backyard, enforced by police. Alright, rant off. It won't happen. Will it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BMJ99Z28 View Post
    What if you have two at a time like me and my wife there goes the middle of the back sreat out the window. I traded my T/A on a g6 for more room, boys still set by the window, 2 and a half years later they ride in the back of my Z28 and say daddy's car fast mommy's car slow daddy's car loud mommy's car quiet brings a tear to my eyes .

    You gotta do what you gotta do. If you have two kids I number one praise you becuase one is keeping my hands full, and two em obviously you can't pile them on top of each other inthe middle. Im not disagreeing with people who don't put there kids in the middle. It's just not what I do. I'm a paranoid parent, haha.

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    Quote Originally Posted by taylorr12 View Post
    You gotta do what you gotta do. If you have two kids I number one praise you becuase one is keeping my hands full, and two em obviously you can't pile them on top of each other inthe middle. Im not disagreeing with people who don't put there kids in the middle. It's just not what I do. I'm a paranoid parent, haha.
    hands full now? lol just wait til your kid hits preteen

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    Quote Originally Posted by mark21742 View Post
    hands full now? lol just wait til your kid hits preteen

    I don't wanna think about it. haha.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Too Fast View Post
    Safety stuff pounded in our heads.....................just like, I feel guilty if I don't have some safety glasses on whenever I do any yard work! LOL

    Gotta be safe, dammit! Even if I'm just pulling weeds, I'm like, when is the OSHA guy gonna come around the corner and nail me for no glasses??????

    It's going to happen, regulations about proper equipment to wear in your own backyard, enforced by police. Alright, rant off. It won't happen. Will it?
    Man I hope I'm dead before it gets that bad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Firebirdjones View Post
    Man I hope I'm dead before it gets that bad.
    I have this santa voice in my head "you shoot your eye out kid....ho ho ho" lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by taylorr12 View Post
    You gotta do what you gotta do. If you have two kids I number one praise you becuase one is keeping my hands full, and two em obviously you can't pile them on top of each other inthe middle. Im not disagreeing with people who don't put there kids in the middle. It's just not what I do. I'm a paranoid parent, haha.
    Yeah well just wait. You are going to have another one to keep the older one busy, aren't you? With one, it does drive you crazy. But with 2, I've found out it's not twice as bad, it's like 5 times as bad. For example, one at dinner will say, "I don't like this" I JUST FINISH explaining that it is good to eat, then the other will repeat! MADDENING! I'm sure others can relate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Too Fast View Post
    Yeah well just wait. You are going to have another one to keep the older one busy, aren't you? With one, it does drive you crazy. But with 2, I've found out it's not twice as bad, it's like 5 times as bad. For example, one at dinner will say, "I don't like this" I JUST FINISH explaining that it is good to eat, then the other will repeat! MADDENING! I'm sure others can relate.
    lol I wish I didn't know what you meant. almost 9 years old now and just keeps getting worse, more picky and more will power for me to break lol

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    ^^^Thanks for the reassurance that it gets easier as they get to double digit in age. My wife had a 14 year old daughter when we married 11 years ago, so I've been thru the silent treatment at dinner time with teenagers. That was rather enlightening! "How's dinner?" It's ok. "How was school?" Ok. "Anything unusual happen?" No. May I leave now? Such a wonderful conversation LOL! Looking forward to that with our two, but they are only 4 and 6 and still love us.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Too Fast View Post
    ^^^Thanks for the reassurance that it gets easier as they get to double digit in age. My wife had a 14 year old daughter when we married 11 years ago, so I've been thru the silent treatment at dinner time with teenagers. That was rather enlightening! "How's dinner?" It's ok. "How was school?" Ok. "Anything unusual happen?" No. May I leave now? Such a wonderful conversation LOL! Looking forward to that with our two, but they are only 4 and 6 and still love us.
    lol I keep telling her if we can make it will her daughter, my son will be a piece of cake.....boys are always easier

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    Well, my wife first had a girl. Then we had a girl. Now that the boy is here, he is so different she says. I have to agree! Jokingly, my wife says she thinks he is "brain damaged". Why else would he do those things LOL!!! A girl never would.

    Even before he could talk, sitting in the high chair, he would pick something up and it would be like it was flying then crashing into whatever was on the table in front of him. Accompanied by sound effects! Where did he learn that stuff? Too funny.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Too Fast View Post
    Well, my wife first had a girl. Then we had a girl. Now that the boy is here, he is so different she says. I have to agree! Jokingly, my wife says she thinks he is "brain damaged". Why else would he do those things LOL!!! A girl never would.

    Even before he could talk, sitting in the high chair, he would pick something up and it would be like it was flying then crashing into whatever was on the table in front of him. Accompanied by sound effects! Where did he learn that stuff? Too funny.
    the other week I was in the car listening to Metalica and looked at him in the rear veiw mirror.... he was back there with his eyes wide opened, sippy cup in his mouth headbanging lol
    I just told her told her yesterday he is going to bang his head off the table, jump off of things he's not supposed to, and probably do all kinds of dangerous/ dumb things just because he is a boy lol

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    Lol not laughing at anyone but this is a funny post.. i like it

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    I'm the second owner of my Z28 and mine has the factory baby seat anchor still installed in the hatch floor. Previous owner had raised two girls from babies in that car and only thing it left was a mark on top of back bucket from anchor strap. The mark has gone away and they didn't seem to have complaints using a seat back there,his wife even told me that it was cool pulling up to daycare in the Z28 instead of a mini-van like all the soccer moms.
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    lol my dad used to haul me around in his LT1 Z/28 when I was like 5. It always gave me a headache, I remember that

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    My son is 5 now end he can't wait for me to get my 04 GTO finished so he can ride in it.....guess I have to make a nice sturdy 2+2 seat two fit between the wheel tubs and cage lol

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