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    Default Re: How to get the baby up 2 flights of stairs from our car to our apartment?

    Maybe just have a second pram in the car ?

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    Default Re: How to get the baby up 2 flights of stairs from our car to our apartment?

    I would get 2 prams.one for the car, perhaps just a small umbrella fold and a better pram for walking around the neighbourhood, as Hollywood said she did.

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    Default Re: How to get the baby up 2 flights of stairs from our car to our apartment?

    id get two prams then. and id baby wear the baby from the car. I've used a capsule and a travel system and they just get way too heavy to carry that far. and if you've been out in car u are often gonna be carrying other stuff like shopping etc.

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    Default How to get the baby up 2 flights of stairs from our car to our apartment?

    Yep 2 prams, we have 2 anyway- one for shops and one for walking.

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    I would get a 2nd pram too.

    When my twins were little I had to take them out each day to get DD#1 to and from school. I was in a 3rd floor unit and had a stroller in the car and a better bulkier walking pram out of the car. I had old capsules for carrying them up and down the stairs that I bought 2nd hand. Would never use them in the car as they were the old velcro style but were perfect for getting them both up and down the stairs. When they got bigger I had 1 in a sling and the other a capsule.

    I also kept the baby bag stocked up in the car and just added to it as needed that way I wasn't carrying the bag up and down all the time and just wwas needed to stock it back up.

    I taught them to crawl up and down once they were able.

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    Default How to get the baby up 2 flights of stairs from our car to our apartment?

    I agree. Have 2 prams. Keep one in the car and one in the house. I do this and it's great

    I would use a carrier to carry baby from car to apartment.

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    Default How to get the baby up 2 flights of stairs from our car to our apartment?

    2 prams! You will be absolutely kicking yourself when baby comes if you don't put out for a second pram.

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    Default How to get the baby up 2 flights of stairs from our car to our apartment?

    Go for the second pram - super light weight one for the car and sturdy one for the shops.

    We need a second pram too!

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    2 prams! A lot of people (me included) end up buying a 2nd pram anyway, so that you have the big 'main' pram (carries shopping/ sturdy wheels, etc.) and then a fold-up lighter style for things like travel/ times you don't need to carry as much stuff. Always handy

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    Default How to get the baby up 2 flights of stairs from our car to our apartment?

    Yes 2 prams I always had a good walking/jogging pram & then a little stroller for zapping around the shops


 

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