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    I took the pram when DS was 2. He is 3 now and I still take the pram. He walks 90% of the time but it is there for him to rest/sleep. I found at 2 he did not walk much/far.

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    My 3 year old is still in a pram for the same reason op. So now he gets no choice as everytime i give him a chance without it, i end up regretting it.

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    Yeah, my daughter wouldn't walk much when out at that age. We usually took a stroller or used a trolley. She's 3.5 now and will walk for up to an hour without complaint (sometimes it's only 5 minutes without complaining...but she then copes after a brief rest or distraction and some whining :P).

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    I put my almost 4yo in it last weekend in Melbourne. It was easier than her telling me every 5min she was tired.

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    My 2yo is just starting to walk while holding my hand. He was a runner so I normally just use a stroller or carry him.
    He wont even stay in a trolley for very long.

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    I thought I replied last night but it didn't seem to show up! Sorry ladies!

    Thank you everyone for your replies.
    I ended up going out and buying a stroller. Just a cheap one but its smaller than our other one.

    DS was an angel today at the shop. Happy to walk around (only a small shopping centre so I don't expect him to walk for ages)
    I'm still going to use the new stroller though. I know tomorrow he would be completely different lol I'll still give him chances to walk but for now I'll go back to a stroller.
    Thank you every one for your replies

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    Goodlyck my DS wants to walk but is naughty in shops and dd 3 refuses to walk

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    Quote Originally Posted by monnie24 View Post
    Goodlyck my DS wants to walk but is naughty in shops and dd 3 refuses to walk
    This is half the problem! He misbehaves when we give him the opportunity to walk (when he wants to) it's so frustrating.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hasselhoff View Post
    This is half the problem! He misbehaves when we give him the opportunity to walk (when he wants to) it's so frustrating.
    Yes! I get massive anxiety he's good when DH is there his NO is much meaner than mine 😂

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    I get terrible anxiety about taking my 3.5yo to the shops too. There's ALWAYS a drama. He's confined to the pram because he can't be trusted. 😖


 

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