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    Quote Originally Posted by Renn View Post
    My youngest is 9 weeks, and there's no way he'd be calm in a pram. I only put him in I'm getting him to sleep & we're out constantly moving. He'll be swaddled, and often have a dummy. At this age he's generally feeding, being changed, wants to be held or needs to sleep. There's not really any opportunity for him to lay happily in the pram. I'm assuming that as he gets older and is more interested in the world, he'll be happier to be in the pram awake. If not, I'll just stick to having him in carriers.
    If not it could be the pram (sounds stupid I know) but my dd hated one pram but loved another!! I was SO ****ed off. SAMs with the car. She would only go in capsule not the car seat!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by monnie24 View Post
    If not it could be the pram (sounds stupid I know) but my dd hated one pram but loved another!! I was SO ****ed off. SAMs with the car. She would only go in capsule not the car seat!!
    I am really hoping this isn't the case! I couldn't decide which pram to get, I really wanted one that was forward and rear facing but went with city mini due to lightweight and easy fold. Am wondering if she was facing me if it would help. Am sure when she's bigger the mini will be awesome but for now wishing I got the versa or select. So hard to buy this stuff before you have a baby and have no idea about things! The car seat we got (infasecure kompressor caprice) is also bloody hard to get her in and out of! Oh well live and learn


 

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