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17-03-2012 14:55 #21
17-03-2012 17:45 #22
I guess by "perade" you mean... parade and this includes:
- going to the supermarket to buy food for your family
- being able to take your baby to places to go for nice walks and fresh air
- going to doctors/midwife appointments
- weighing your baby regularly at the childhood centre
- meeting up with other mums for support and child interaction
- taking your other children to kindy/school daily
- going to buy baby clothes as they grow out of them
17-03-2012 18:02 #23
Sweetseven. Are you for real? You used to take the whole car seat out of the car and carry it on your back?! Or put it in a trolley! That's crazy!
I'm so glad I had a neat little capsule to pop on a pram when I needed to. I agree, it is no different than having bubs in a bouncer for a couple of hours in regards to "it being bad for their back".
My df's chiro has used them for three of his children and has no problem with them.
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17-03-2012 18:25 #26Senior Member
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- Aug 2011
Thanks for all the great feedback everyone. I'm leaning towards the travel system after reading all the positive replies. It's such a shame that the Emmaljunga travel system is not available/allowed in Australia, as I love the Nitro City pram. I'll need to keep looking for something that allows a capsule.
17-03-2012 18:36 #27Senior Member
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- Dec 2008
- Padbury, Perth
I have the city select travel system and I'm so glad I got it.
I think it has been more worthwhile for me as I had to do daycare drop off and pick up for toddler DS and I'm always on the go in and out of the car.
DD is 7 months and still fits in to the capsule - yes it is really heavy but I click it straight on to the pram.
01-01-2014 10:00 #28Junior Member
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- Jan 2014
I bought a jogger for my 3rd child after having four wheeler prams for my previous children, worst purchase EVER! It was unstable, bulky, it was a pain in the bum trying to wheel it through aisles without either me or someone else needing to back out and let through, and forget about specialty shops! There was just no room. For my last child I just end up going back to a pram. I think the lesson here is keep it simple
01-01-2014 10:56 #29
We have the chicco cortina travel system and I loved it. So easy to transport bub when sleeping, capsule can also be used as a rocker and it's also a fab toddler pram - drink holders, toddler tray, storage, very comfortable. There are heaps of great features to it. I really do love it and was thankful I purchased it. I still use it on occasion for DS (3yo) but now I'm pregnant again I'll be using it for baby number 2.
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