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    Nothing wrong with that ^

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uniquey View Post
    Nothing wrong with that ^
    I am happy after 6 kids that's all I need.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LotusMum View Post
    why do people need more than one pram?
    I have one for shopping, one as a double walking pram and I also travel a lot so a smaller light weight one for travel.

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    Hmmm well I have a few...

    i have a Bugaboo Bee Plus- my fav and original pram
    a phil and teds smart buggy - with travel bag for flights ( wouldn't want to check my bee in - plus this pram was pretty much the same price as the travel bag for the bugaboo)
    a mountain buggy duet ( wanted a double for when I'm babysitting my nephew and am now pregnant with # 2)
    a Vee Bee cheapy something I bought to leave at our holiday house so we don't have to take one with us.


    So ... Only four

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    Quote Originally Posted by anewme View Post
    One elcheapy k mart stroller
    When I wanted something small and compact for ds2 (after the massive pram) I got a $20 big w stroller. Nothing wrong with that and it worked a treat!

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    We have two

    1. Baby jogger city mini, was meant to be an all purpose pram but is now only used for shopping and lives in the boot of my car.
    2. Mountain buggy urban, so much better for long walks but doesn't fit in my car so lives in our front entry. I'm hoping it fits in the boot of our new car so I can go for long walks along the beach etc

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    Just one - a cheap $20 stroller from Target. I had a steelcraft acclaim pram as well but sold it before christmas as we didn't use it anymore.

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    Dd is 3 we have had since she was born the strider dlx complete travel system which we still have, a target umbrella stroller, a layback stroller, a jogging pram/bike trailer, a strider plus (because thy came out in pink) and now have just got a bugaboo cameleon for the bub I am pregnant with and we will also get an agile plus as he gets bigger

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    3. City series jogger for walking, a stroller that's kept in the car for weekends away and a stroller that's kept at the in laws for our trips to the city.

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    Quote Originally Posted by anewme View Post
    One elcheapy k mart stroller
    Same! Except ours was big w, when I was preg with DD I bought a valco one from big w, and hated it, so we got a strider and loved it, but DF left it out in the rain when we moved without telling me, and then hid it in the shed, where it got mouldy by the time I needed it again, DD prefers to hold out hand or sit in the trolley anyways!


 

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