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    Infant carseat in foundations quad?

    I am expecting our last baby any day and have a foundations quad stroller for my daycare. Has anyone successfully found an adaptor or a model of infant carseat that can fit in the foundations quad?

    My guess is I'll end up getting a snugli or wrap and wearing the baby while pushing the quad until he's big enough that I'm comfortable putting him in the stroller with the seat reclined and blankets rolled up around him, but figured I'd toss the question out there. I really don't like "wearing" babies but am not willing to put a newborn in a stroller without an infant seat, even with the 5-point harness.

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    Is it the stroller that is all in a straight line with big bike tires? Or is it the blue stroller with two seats side by side and then another two in front? If it's the 2nd one I didn't use an adaptor I just put the carseat right in the stroller seat. It fit in the back ones or the front ones. But I usually put it in the back one with the seat reclined.

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    It's the second one, the 2x2 blue one. That would be fantastic if the infant seat fit. My quad is in storage right now until we move, I'll have to try it after I can find it again.

    Did the carseat seem secure? Could you still seat a child in front of it if you put it in the backseat?

    Thanks for the help.

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    Yes it was secure because the stroller seat is deep so the car seat sunk in. It pushed the front stroller seat back up a tiny bit but my toddlers never seemed bothered by it. It worked well for me on plenty of walks good luck!

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