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    My DD will be 2.5 when bub #2 comes along and I'm not getting a double, I've bought a 'kid sit' buggy board second hand (skateboard style attachment but with seated option) and also have the carrier (DD is still under 10kg!) if needed.

    I guess it all depends how often you use it and what your toddler is like. I may have taken my pram out once in the last 6 months aside from walking on weekends with hubby and walking down to my mum's house. For the long weekend walks I've bought a stroller for DH to push with DD if the distance is too far and no one wants to use the carrier.

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    I guess what I am worried about is DS not getting a nap when he needs it while we're out... just yesterday i took him out shopping for the first half of the day, and after his lunch he was so tired, as soon as I put him in the car to head home he was out cold! That makes me feel that once DD is here it will be the warmer months and i really want to get out and about more, i feel DS will need a place to nap :\ But i am terrified ill waste my money as well. Ugh. Its hard to decide. I think ill def leave it till i am closer to being due to see what DS is like then and if he is still needing the day nap like he does now.
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    We got a baby jogger city mini to go with a regular single pram. Could choose which to use dependent on the needs.
    We had the single pram for our first son and I mainly used that for ds1 with bub in a carrier.
    When they got older I got the city mini second hand in near new condition, at a great price.
    It gas been well worth the money, has been used regularly, gone overseas, and only now are we starting to think we may be done with it. The boys are 4.5 and 2.5.

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    Quote Originally Posted by moongazer View Post
    We got a baby jogger city mini to go with a regular single pram. Could choose which to use dependent on the needs.
    We had the single pram for our first son and I mainly used that for ds1 with bub in a carrier.
    When they got older I got the city mini second hand in near new condition, at a great price.
    It gas been well worth the money, has been used regularly, gone overseas, and only now are we starting to think we may be done with it. The boys are 4.5 and 2.5.
    Yeah tonight we decided we'll definitely invest in a decent carrier and go from there. Carrying DS killed my back so i barely did it, but i think that was more the type of carrier we used.


 

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