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    Oh wow, that's great! Congratulations!!!!

    I had a Phil & Teds and I thought the seats weight limit was 18kg?

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    Congratulations on your
    Dont have any pram recommendations but can tell you DONT get the BJSC, i found it a PITA with my 2 yr old and newborn, it would be sh!te with a bigger kid and newborn. Id go the phil n teds if i were you

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    thank you lovelies.

    and thanks for the tips. yeh i dont think Boo would cope being up high in the front (like ive seen with some toddler seats) its hard enough pushing him in his little stroller

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    Congratulations!!

    Ill have a look after dinner for the one I'm after. They seem the same but then there are slight differences. One baby shop said there is a toddler seat that is high backed and takes up to 25kg but I still don't think dd would like being in that.

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    I've said it once & I'll say it again:

    You are an amazing strong woman.

    Congratulations x

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2Bboys View Post
    I've said it once & I'll say it again:

    You are an amazing strong woman.

    Congratulations x
    you are a very sweet lady. thank you so much for your support <3<3


    Thanks everyone ta bones!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DiamondEyes View Post
    you are a very sweet lady. thank you so much for your support <3<3


    Thanks everyone ta bones!
    I care for my severely autistic nephew for a few hours each week. He is a boisterous, energetic bundle of fun.

    He can also have a major meltdown at the drop of a hat, pushes my patience to the limit, can be violent and aggressive.

    He is non-verbal at 7 years of age, not a single word. My heart breaks for him as I can see him become so frustrated within himself when he can't get his point across.

    His highs are high and his lows are low.

    I take my hat off to any parent that lives this life day in day out. Let alone to have multiple children with the disorder and have a heart as big as yours sounds. I hope you have a good support network and people who look out for you the way you look out for your boys.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2Bboys View Post
    I care for my severely autistic nephew for a few hours each week. He is a boisterous, energetic bundle of fun.

    He can also have a major meltdown at the drop of a hat, pushes my patience to the limit, can be violent and aggressive.

    He is non-verbal at 7 years of age, not a single word. My heart breaks for him as I can see him become so frustrated within himself when he can't get his point across.

    His highs are high and his lows are low.

    I take my hat off to any parent that lives this life day in day out. Let alone to have multiple children with the disorder and have a heart as big as yours sounds. I hope you have a good support network and people who look out for you the way you look out for your boys.
    You are a wonderful aunt. What a great help that would be, your doing a great job. im lucky that my boys are verbal. The sensory stuff makes them ticking timebombs but we combat that the best we can, and this is just our kind of normal, we know no different. Once again thank you for your kind words, im sitting here having an emotional cry lol.


    Any other pram experts out there?

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    I'll be in the same boat, a 3.5yr old and newborn. I was thinking of a good quality double and keeping my single for single child trips.
    it will be a pita to have two prams but my ds has just turned 3 and although only 15kg, is tallish and doesn't fit into the toddler seat on the baby jogger city select (1st choice)
    I was thinking of keeping my single baby jogger city elite and getting a double baby jogger city mini gt which is new and should be instores soon.
    hope that helps; a lot of the new prams out now seem to be aimed at younger/smaller children ie closer age gaps...

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    Quote Originally Posted by DiamondEyes View Post
    lol. errm.

    OMG DE!!!!!! Eeeeeeeep!!! So happy for you!!



    (no pram suggestions though sorry Helpful, aren't I?! I have the Twingo for my rascals but Boo probably won't fit in it. It's almost too small for E! Plus it doesn't go from double to single.)

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