Oh wow, that's great! Congratulations!!!!
I had a Phil & Teds and I thought the seats weight limit was 18kg?
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05-04-2012 16:42 #11Senior Member
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05-04-2012 16:45 #12Happy family
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Congratulations on your
Dont have any pram recommendations but can tell you DONT get the BJSC, i found it a PITA with my 2 yr old and newborn, it would be sh!te with a bigger kid and newborn. Id go the phil n teds if i were you
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05-04-2012 16:49 #13
thank you lovelies.
and thanks for the tips. yeh i dont think Boo would cope being up high in the front (like ive seen with some toddler seats) its hard enough pushing him in his little stroller
05-04-2012 16:59 #14
Ill have a look after dinner for the one I'm after. They seem the same but then there are slight differences. One baby shop said there is a toddler seat that is high backed and takes up to 25kg but I still don't think dd would like being in that.
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05-04-2012 17:10 #15
I've said it once & I'll say it again:
You are an amazing strong woman.
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05-04-2012 17:12 #16
05-04-2012 19:43 #17
He can also have a major meltdown at the drop of a hat, pushes my patience to the limit, can be violent and aggressive.
He is non-verbal at 7 years of age, not a single word. My heart breaks for him as I can see him become so frustrated within himself when he can't get his point across.
His highs are high and his lows are low.
I take my hat off to any parent that lives this life day in day out. Let alone to have multiple children with the disorder and have a heart as big as yours sounds. I hope you have a good support network and people who look out for you the way you look out for your boys.
05-04-2012 19:58 #18
Any other pram experts out there?
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05-04-2012 20:11 #19Senior Member
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I'll be in the same boat, a 3.5yr old and newborn. I was thinking of a good quality double and keeping my single for single child trips.
it will be a pita to have two prams but my ds has just turned 3 and although only 15kg, is tallish and doesn't fit into the toddler seat on the baby jogger city select (1st choice)
I was thinking of keeping my single baby jogger city elite and getting a double baby jogger city mini gt which is new and should be instores soon.
hope that helps; a lot of the new prams out now seem to be aimed at younger/smaller children ie closer age gaps...
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