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    Default If you could only have 1 pram, what would you buy?

    As the topic suggests, I'm interested to know what mums would buy if they had to buy only one pram to last from no kids to 2-3 kids. Please let me know your thoughts 😃

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    I have a bugaboo cameleon, I love it but sometimes it's really impractical as the front wheels seem way too small in comparison to the back wheels and it doesn't handle terrain very well.
    Also we are talking about having another baby and so we need to upgrade to a pram that is capable of being converted from a single to a double. We are going to buy the city select baby jogger. I have only heard great things about it

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    Bugaboo donkey. I got one with DD and it'll last through many children!

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    JessKaMay - what makes you go for the city select over the bugaboo donkey?

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    I just got the baby jogger city mini and looooooove it. Don't know why I ever got anything else

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    Moto - do you have trouble with the donkeys tyres? I've heard people have problems with them getting punctured.

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    Thanks gnomsey, the BJCM seems to be very popular but doesn't it bother you that the seat isn't reversible?

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    Wow sweetseven! That's very cool - not sure it's be my one and only pram though, doesn't look to comfy for a newborn! Maybe once the kids are older I'll think about that one.

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    I'm considering saving for a new pram. We have a strider but DD who is 19 months is now tall enough for her head to touch the top part of the hood and her feet hang two inches lower than the foot rest.

    I'm not sure what's a good pram on a budget that fits a tall child. I am also tall as well so need a pram that can handle someone tall with a large step.

    Maybe this thread will give me some ideas.


 

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