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    Hello

    I am due to have my next bub in 9 weeks.

    I have a strider plus pram which has an attachment you can purchase so it can carry 2 bubs - I am just hesitating at spending the $150 as my DD (2yo) is hardly in it anyway and I just cant imagine her being happy being in the lower position and not being able to sticky beak etc.

    I hope to use a baby carrier as often as I can also but would love to hear thoughts and experiences on double prams ; those rail things you add to the bottom of the prams so the toddler can stand etc... What works for you?

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    That's the pram I'll be buying too, with the 2nd seat. We probably wont use it all the time, but mainly when i go for my evening walk. DD would never sit in the bottom seat without a fight! The 2nd seat is suitable from birth and can fully recline, so bub will be in the 2nd seat and DD will be in the top seat.

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    Get the second seat!

    You may not use it all the time but it's there if you do need it.

    I've been using my double pram a bit lately & really could have done with the triple yesterday. Was so cranky with myself for not taking it with me.

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    I would get the second seat too. I have the same pram and my just turned 4 year old loves sitting in the lower seat playing with his toys or playing on my phone. He thinks its his cubby. We just had a holiday to queensland and he used it heaps - even had a few naps in it.
    Like others have said bubs can go in the bottom seat and your toddler in the top if you like?

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    I have the same pram i had 20months between my 2 and it was invaluable. you might be plesantly suprised i thought there was no way my dd1 would take to the bottom seat so i was planning on letting her sit up the top but nope she wanted the bottom seat and has used it every time since lol

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