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Re: Looks like I'm really gonna need those rear seats!
Originally posted by IWANTanRX8 Well, this past Saturday my fiancee and I found out that we are expecting our first baby in early September so it looks like the RX-8's back seats will come in handy after all!
How old do you think he/she will be before he/she can say "Zoom-Zoom?"
Now for the fun part: moving a July wedding up to April..........
Just don't hope it's their first words
Congrats though, all the more reason to convince the wifey to get the RX-8 for 'the family'.
Originally posted by Toadman Hope you can find a helmet small enough for the tyke. Your slalom testing may bang him/her up a bit. :D
And a neck brace like the real racers. Neck muscle aren't too developed yet. Take it from one with an 8 month old. Got yelled out by Grandma for "Accelerating too hard". Can you believe that? Me?
Babies are a lot of work. Anyone saying otherwise doesn't have one or is lying, BUT the more you put in to the baby, the more you get out. Happy babies are definately a product of it's environment and happy babies = happy parents.
2000 Protege ES Auto
2000 626 ES V6 5spd
1996 626 LX I4 Auto
1994 RX-7 PEP 5spd
1988 626 LX I4 5spd
Hey man, Well done, just don't call the kid something like 350Zsuck or rx-8, It'll really screw him up.
I have the birth certificate to proove although Tom is a nice name!
2004 Mazda RX-8