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    Jasper is 4.5 years and still sits in the pram BUT I don't drive, so it's my vehicle. He'll walk but I don't get him to walk on trips where I guess people would normally drive (so like 5klms round trip)

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    My son outgrew the umbrella stroller when he turned 4 and that was when walking for him became mandatory

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    4 and only because I banned it.

    She was pretty lazy but I also didn't drive... So we had to walk everywhere and expecting a toddler to walk 5km is ridiculous... Which is why we used one for so long anyway.

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    DS is almost 21 months and has been refusing to be put in there more and more since about 18 months old.

    He either wants to walk or be carried....😕

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    DS was mainly out of his stroller at 2. I don't drive and I would make him walk or scoot. He will very happily scoot a 5k round trip. When DD was born, however, he suddenly decided he wanted back in the stroller so now I pack the ergo in the stroller for times when I think DS will be *genuinely* tired- like after a big play at a play centre, NOT as we are heading out of the house to the bus stop! I bought a buggy board but it's gone in the cupboard because I hate the thing. He's 3.5.

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    DD is 2.5 and still loves the stroller. She's a good walker and will walk for as long as i can lol. We never used a "Pram" even as newborns. Both my babies went in our $70 reclinable stroller
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lil M View Post
    Ds is 4 in November and we still use the stroller, shopping would be impossible otherwise as he's a runner and tries to grab everything!
    We still pram/stroller our 2.5 year old at the shops for the same reason.


 

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