I don't think it's necessarily a bad thing to know what a pram is when you see it. As pps have said, when you're shopping around for a pram, obviously you're going to know which is which.
I put a lot of thought into which double I was going to get, so of course when I see an iCandy, Bugaboo, P&T etc...I'm going to know what it is.
As for judging, I don't judge the people, but sometimes the prams. When I see a strider plus, for example, I'll think "that looks so wide at the back, I wouldn't like to have one child underneath like that" those kinds of things...as for the people pushing them, I don't give them a second thought.
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07-03-2012 08:53 #93-
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I couldnt care less.
07-03-2012 08:57 #94
I love prams and admire ppl walking past with funky looking prams
I admit I have judged ppl on prams but only solely when I've seen ppl put newborn babies in an umbrella stroller which doesn't lay down and the poor bubs look like their little necks would be sore sitting up and slouching the way they are..
07-03-2012 08:57 #95
Did you read the part where I wrote 'unless they're convertable'?
Yeah I said bugaboo prams look a bit showy but again, only cos I gave it some thought after reading this thread, and I meant the pram not the people who buy them. I couldn't care less and one of my dear friends has one and it wouldn't occur to me to judge her!
Isnt to 'judge' to hold someone in contemp for something? I don't believe I did that but whatevz
07-03-2012 09:02 #96
I was only being tongue in cheek.. peace!!
07-03-2012 09:27 #97
I had a look at the forum & after seeing someone rave on about how much they love their new pram, I had to Google it... A Maclaren Starck. YUCK!
It just seems the uglier the pram, the more expensive! I'll stick with my Vibe.
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07-03-2012 09:28 #98Senior Member
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My first pram for my first child I was a broke teenager but my nanna spent some money to get a nice pram as a gift. My second pram for our daughter we are financially better off but have a mortgage and renovations and so I bought a second hand stroller for 20 bucks which is fully reclineable and we cleaned it and put a nice sheepskin liner in it. Why would anyone care if someone else spent a little or a lot on a pram? I don't even know what most prams cost, or what pram it is etc.. But I understand that some people know every pram, just as some people know all about car seats.. Because they put a lot of research into their choice. I can spot slings and wraps more easily than prams
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07-03-2012 09:30 #99Senior Member
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Can someone tell me where this forum is?
07-03-2012 09:30 #100
I have commented several times that I wouldn't spend the money on a boo but that's when people ask for an opinion or comments comparing prams.
If I see a lady with one I don't think anything of her, it's their money non of my business what they end up buying.
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