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    The toddler seat is from birth so you could just pop bub down there?

    If your after a toddler seat with a higher weight rating the strider compact does up to 17kg which I think is pretty standard for a toddler seat in that position. I don't think phil and teds do a higher rated one and the with the compact you can leave the toddler seat on when you fold it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by headoverfeet View Post
    The toddler seat is from birth so you could just pop bub down there?

    If your after a toddler seat with a higher weight rating the strider compact does up to 17kg which I think is pretty standard for a toddler seat in that position. I don't think phil and teds do a higher rated one and the with the compact you can leave the toddler seat on when you fold it.
    Oh awesome thanks. I think for now ill keep the pram and buy the ergo. Wear bub and put DD in the pram if need be. If that's not working ill go buy a new pram with higher weight limit for toddler.

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    Quote Originally Posted by waterlily View Post
    Yeah, I might do that closer to the date.

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    Quote Originally Posted by waterlily View Post
    Oh awesome thanks. I think for now ill keep the pram and buy the ergo. Wear bub and put DD in the pram if need be. If that's not working ill go buy a new pram with higher weight limit for toddler.
    This is what I did with DS1 and DS2, it worked well


 

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