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    My daughter's 9 months and our pram only faces out. It really bothers me actually...she gets quite bored in the pram and is SO much happier when in a shopping trolley, being held etc. as she gets the interaction. If I COULD I'd probably have her facing me all the time currently.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elijahs Mum View Post
    I never did! DS always faced me until he stopped using the pram - I found it nicer to talk to him or when he was eating snacks in the pram it was easier to watch him ! He could still see everything and where he was going , he loved the pram and it was never a problem getting him in - unlike a lot of my friends whose babies/toddler hated their prams as they only faced outwards
    Exactly this. My DD is almost 2.5 now and still faces me always. I love being able to chat with her and I don't think it impedes her view of the world.


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