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    Default Best dolls pram for 2 year old

    Looking at a pram for a little girl, geez they are expensive! Almost the cost of a real pram some of them! Anywho she already has a cheapy umbrella stroller but i want a lay down one as her doll falls out all the time. Been looking at this one at toys r us http://www.toysrus.com.au/you-me-bab...ium-doll-pram/ download.jpg

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    Thanks, I've actually had one of theses before for our 5 year old. Not the best quality

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    Have you had a look in Toyworld? I bought one for DD for Christmas as she had trashed her other one. It was $70 or $80 and while I chose a stroller style,mother had have one similar to your pic. I've found it to be very well made and sturdy. It even folds down like a normal pram! She's had it for 6 months now and it's still in perfect condition.

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    At that age, we used a wooden cart that my mum has. She got it from a garage sale, but it was a a bit like a block cart but with higher sides. My daughter loved it, it was so sturdy, and was great for open-ended play...lots of possibilities

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    Quote Originally Posted by Californication View Post
    Have you had a look in Toyworld? I bought one for DD for Christmas as she had trashed her other one. It was $70 or $80 and while I chose a stroller style,mother had have one similar to your pic. I've found it to be very well made and sturdy. It even folds down like a normal pram! She's had it for 6 months now and it's still in perfect condition.
    I looked online at Toyworld but hardly anything came up. Unfortunately they are few and far between in Adelaide now and the nearest one is in the city which is a pita! Wish the websites for some of these stores was better. I found this one online at Myer too looks ok, never heard of the brand tho Hauck? On sale for $49.95 which i thought was good compared to the $80+ ive been looking at!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Renn View Post
    At that age, we used a wooden cart that my mum has. She got it from a garage sale, but it was a a bit like a block cart but with higher sides. My daughter loved it, it was so sturdy, and was great for open-ended play...lots of possibilities
    I love wooden toys!

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    If they still make kids valco prams I highly recommend one of those. Definetly worth the money. My daughters is almost 11yrs old and still as good as new...
    My 3 kids were all pushed around in it as toddlers ... my 2.5 still gets pushed around now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by emmiejayne View Post
    If they still make kids valco prams I highly recommend one of those. Definetly worth the money. My daughters is almost 11yrs old and still as good as new...
    My 3 kids were all pushed around in it as toddlers ... my 2.5 still gets pushed around now.
    Are they the silver cross ones?

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    found it thanks, wow such a gorgeous pram thanks for the rec xxx


 

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