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    Quote Originally Posted by Mumma K View Post
    I get super excited about prams. I want a baby jogger city select
    Awesome - I'm thinking of the baby jogger city versa. Though not 100% sure. Those who have had the travel systems with the capsule with previous babies - has it helped? I've heard mixed reviews. It's an expensive pram. AND I can't get it locally. My main concern is that I have 2 school aged children. Rain, hail or shine, my bubba needs to go to school at 9am and 3pm. BUT I may not have to get out of the car if I start training the kids lol. I would mostly baby wear, so not going to use a pram the majority of the time... so I am a bit iffy about spending that much. However if it means I don't have to get baby out of the carrier and wake them up and get them upset... it'd probably be worth it. I just also want one that is compact etc as with 3 kids in a Mazda 3... I don't have a huge amount of boot space.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hamij View Post
    Awesome - I'm thinking of the baby jogger city versa. Though not 100% sure. Those who have had the travel systems with the capsule with previous babies - has it helped? I've heard mixed reviews. It's an expensive pram. AND I can't get it locally. My main concern is that I have 2 school aged children. Rain, hail or shine, my bubba needs to go to school at 9am and 3pm. BUT I may not have to get out of the car if I start training the kids lol. I would mostly baby wear, so not going to use a pram the majority of the time... so I am a bit iffy about spending that much. However if it means I don't have to get baby out of the carrier and wake them up and get them upset... it'd probably be worth it. I just also want one that is compact etc as with 3 kids in a Mazda 3... I don't have a huge amount of boot space.

    I looked at the versa but i think id prefer the select as im hoping to have #3 & #4 close together.

    Would never get another steelcraft pram but only because ive had so many problems with them.

    Starting to get a bit crampy today so fx AF is on the way.

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    Oh am I the only bugaboo fan? I've heard good things about baby joggers!! I've had another negative OPk which is too be expected as I haven't o'd early before. It's normally after cd15 so we'll see. What does everyone have planned for the weekend?

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    I like bugaboo it's just not for me. Especially the price tag! My friend has a city select and I've used it a few times when I've babysat her kids it's absolutely fantastic

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    Weekend for me involves a wedding. :-)

    How about you Disney?


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    Mumma K - What problems did you have with the Steelcraft?

    I've also got a best friends wedding this Sunday. Can't wait!
    Saturday involves finishing up some chicken wire fencing around our acreage at the new place. *yawn* Trying to make it dog proof.

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    We have a baby jogger city mini and have loved it! Can see how a capsule pram would be handy though. We bought an insert from an ebay company - mini happy me - which I can highly recommend!

    Busy weekend with Grace's b'day celebrations on Saturday and Sunday (her actual b'day). My dad and step mum are coming over from Perth for it all, so a bit of entertaining too

    Where's the wedding munchkin? Friend or family? Free dinner and booze is always good!!

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    I don't think we'll be having any more kids after this, so that's had an impact on what we've decided. My main decider was - needed to take a capsule that would do until 12 months, needed to be small as possible folding, and wanted it to have a rearward facing seat AND fold with a rearward facing seat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NomieTee View Post
    Mumma K - What problems did you have with the Steelcraft?

    I've also got a best friends wedding this Sunday. Can't wait!
    Saturday involves finishing up some chicken wire fencing around our acreage at the new place. *yawn* Trying to make it dog proof.
    Wheel falling off, frame breaking

    I was not impressed

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    Quote Originally Posted by munchkin859 View Post
    Weekend for me involves a wedding. :-)

    How about you Disney?


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    Oh a wedding!! That's so exciting!

    Me, I don't have much planned, we have had a busy few weekends and so it's going to be nice to relax. I'm hoping to get a pedicure, maybe a massage, i would also like to go and see 'I give it a year' with my sister. Dh and I also need to get some bd done, it will be cd14 and 15 so I can see lots of peeing on OPK and bd.


 

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