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Evenflo Booster

We kept Mister in a five point harness car seat as long as seemed feasible.  Close to his fifth Evenflo 3091927birthday, though, he got precariously close to the recommended maximum weight for his old car seat.  It was time to move him into a Big Kid Booster.

We had purchased the Evenflo Big Kid LX (model #3091927) on Amazon and had it sitting in the basement, just waiting for him.

We had chosen the Evenflo Big Kid LX because it was side impact tested, had one hand full body adjustment, had dual cup holders and pivoting armrests, plus the back removes easily to become a no back booster.  Additionally, it is recommended for children 30-100 pounds, which exceeds Missouri’s booster seat law of 8 & 80lb.

While it is no longer the *latest model* of the Big Kid LX (in fact, I’m not sure if it’s even available anymore), Mister likes it just fine!

Evenflo Big Kid LX

I love that he can fasten and unfasten his seat belt independently now.  I also love that he doesn’t have to shove his water bottle between his legs to hold onto it, since he now has a cup holder!

Big Kid LX

We purchased the same booster for Sister, now, and she loves it, too.

In just a few months, Mister will be transitioning to the third row, to make room for the baby’s car seat, and I am glad that he has an Evenflo Booster that I trust.

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About Virginia

Hi there! My name is Virginia, and I am the author/owner of That Bald Chick. I am a Christian, wife, mother of three, full time homemaker, homeschooler, and ministry volunteer in addition to being a blogger. In my free time *cough* I enjoy reading, writing, taking walks with my family, and listening to music.


  1. I think it’s almost time for me to get something my daughter can latch independently.

  2. That looks like a marvelous booster seat.

  3. Robin Wilson says:

    That looks like the Cadillac of car seats! Cup holders even! They sure have come a long way since my son was young. Nice to know what to look for as we will soon need one for our niece! Thanks for the information.