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    Default when did you turn your pram around

    Hi all

    Wondering the above?

    We have a 10 week old who is busting to see the world, but she's only 4kgs and looks so tiny in the big pram seat and not the bassinette.

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    I kept my DD in the bassinette attachment to about 6 months, mainly coz I couldnt figure out how to convert the pram into stroller lol. I still have her facing me in the stroller section though, coz im selfish and want to look at her instead of letting all the strangers look at my gorgeous bub!

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    DD is nearly 10 months old and if she is in the pram she is still facing me

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    lol my dd is 16.5 months and still faces me unless we go to the zoo or some where special!!
    We put dd in the stroller connection at 5 months because she could confidently sit by then I wouldn't put your dd in the stroller until she can sit!

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    My son is 28m, and we never turned our strider around.

    He just sees behind me and sideways instead. i think he still likes to see us and we talk and sing songs on walks.

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    I would hold it off till at late as possible, it can be very overstimulating for young babies.

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    Still backwards facing at 2.5 years.

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    We moved DS out of the bassinet at 3 months because he was trying to look out and getting too long. We then had him in the stroller facing us till he was 6 months and turned him around. He was very ready to look out at the world when we turned him around. My pram has an open meshed section in the canopy so DS can look up and see us whenever he wants.

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    15 months and still faces me! Id miss her pretty face if I turn her around lol

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    We turned her around at 4 months.


 

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