I am so so so so happy for you DE Congratulations to you and your lovely little family
ETA: As for prams, we bought a Phil and Teds E3 (I think it was an E3?) with the double attachment and it served us really really well! I am still so in love with my pram even though we never use it anymore.
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08-04-2012 16:33 #21
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08-04-2012 17:30 #23
I love my strider plus with my newborn a jasper turned 3 in November and weighs 19kgs.
But I would love it less if I had to put it in a car boot!
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08-04-2012 19:08 #24-
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I despised my P&T's I had a sport and used it with DS1 and DS2 - they were 20months and newborn and I used it until DS1 was around 3.5 (only because I couldn't afford another pram) Honestly though, it was heavy, bulky I found it hard to manouver and difficult to use.
I had a strider with DS1, I love it, it is a wide pram but definietly not bulky or hard to handle, I was so annoyed because the Strider Plus came out about a week after I got my P&T's!
08-04-2012 19:13 #25
Thanks for the advice everyone, i decided to just get (well havent gotten it yet) a single pram, and will get a good carrier. So if ds#2 is being difficult he can go in the pram and bubba in the carrier. I cant really justify a super expensive pram for the possibility of 6 month use as he already doesnt want in the pram as it is now. Im hoping he improves over the next 8 months.
09-04-2012 14:14 #26-
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Good idea. Just get a cheap stroller and an ergo or hug a bub.
09-04-2012 14:46 #27
09-04-2012 15:58 #28
A friend has a Mountain Buggy - not sure of the name but I think it is one of these
Her 4 year old is almost blind so she finds it easier to push him than have him walk, he is a solid little man about average height and he looks quite comfy in this pram.
09-04-2012 16:28 #29
We will have a similar age gap when our second one arrives in June. We went to baby on a budget with our eldest and tried practically every pram and decided on the strider plus four. Bub can face you or away. Have a car carrier and second seat for older one. Older child can get in without disturbing the balance of the pram. Great reviews. A bit heavy but no heavier than my quinny that I had last time. It also has a massive shopping basket. Can't wait to get ours!
09-04-2012 16:43 #30Senior Member
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I bought a second hand Phil n teds sports for $50 mint con and love it
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