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    Quote Originally Posted by MJ410 View Post
    I just realised that and came back to change it
    i was actually wondering if you wre thinking about a certain little man while typing


    after a conversion i just had with my sister it look like i will be down 2 and replacing with 1...so soon i will only have 8

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    P&T, great for walking and long day trips

    Steelcraft layback umbrella stroller, great for quick trips into the shop.

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    I have 2, a maclaren vogue stroller, great for everything, but you cant really get to the shopping basket if its in layback, but is great for everything else. I love it

    then recently i bought a mothers choice shopping buggy to take to the shops, which is great cos there is a little snack tray for you and bub, and a big basket. rubbish for anywhere other than the shops though!! The only reason we bough this one is i kept going to work and forgetting to take the pram out so DF was stuck at home all day with bub, no car and no pram.

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    1 mil bought, big three wheeler lump of uselessness
    1 i bought so i ddnt have to use the aforementioned lump
    1 stroller i bought because my pram was getting too big and bulky for my toddler. Dunno what types they are.

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    Default 5 prams here.

    We have 5 prams. 3 twin prams & 2 single strollers. 2 of the twin prams arent in action. One is for spare parts, the other is a brilliant pram even better than the one i'm using now but can i find the correct tyres & wheels for it NO! its from a discontinued line & nothing fits it. The two strollers are great for taking the kiddies out with a friend or my partner.

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    before baby ..
    quinny buzz
    quinny speedi
    mountain buggy
    maclaren jogger
    BUGABOO (the greatest)

    then had baby
    got rid of all quinny (hate it)
    then got another couple prams
    maclaren techno xt
    roger armstrong

    will be keeping bugaboo..maclaren techno xt and mountain buggy..the rest can go

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    wow, didnt realise so many people had a heap of prams. we had 2 prams,only got the second as the first one had the wheels go on them. both of those were second hand and i dont have either anymore. atm we use a stroller but very rare to use it. that was also second hand given to me by the person who gave me the pram to replace the other one.

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    I am amazed at how many prams some people have. Why bother?

    I have two - one pram and one stroller.

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    I have 4.

    Triple side by side mountain buggy - for when im on my own.

    Valco Trimode Twin Run about - with a toddler seat

    Valco Trimode single run about - with a toddler seat

    Mother choice 3 wheel jogger - Hate it!!

    We use the valco's when the 5 of us are out or i have a person to push a pram with me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MumtoD View Post
    I am amazed at how many prams some people have. Why bother

    For different occasions. Depends where we go to what pram/s we take.

    My triple doesnt fit through a standard door way, so i cant take it may places.


 

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