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    Default *fluff* In the spirit of....

    Creating more threads I have some news! I finally ordered my *cough* I mean DD's new pram, have only been waiting 5 months for it to come out here is a little piccy of one http://www.babyontherun.com/Baby-Jog...er_p_1453.html worked out to be quiet cheap with the exchange rate only $430ish instead of $749 here in Aus!

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    WOW! This is the pram I want so I'm totally bookmarking it for when I get UTD!

    I love the aqua colour

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    bargain!

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    Sorry I should say I have been lugging around a mountain buggy duo for one child that whole time (thus the final excitement)

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    Very nice.

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    I want a mountain buggy urban jungle, with an adapter for a chicco key fit and their new face-to-face seat. Can you tell how I've kept busy while ttc?

    Now for a BFP in two weeks

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    Good on you for shopping around -- what a saving!! (I think the pram is the most exciting thing to buy for bubs so I understand your excitement).

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    Oooh, very nice pram. I havent seen that one before.

    I got our Baby Jogger City Mini from the US through Amazon. I paid $250 (and that was with s). At the time they were selling for $420 at our local baby store (now selling for $380). Its insane the price difference. I felt bad for not supporting our local baby store but I felt the $170 was better in my pocket than in theirs. I've recently had a discussion with friends about on line shopping and one of my friends got very cranky at people who dont support the local economy, and whilst I agree with her in theory, sometimes the savings are just too great when shopping on line.

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