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    Default How old were your kids when the stopped sitting in the pram?

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    just on 2.

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    Just after 3-3.5.
    Ds1 would like to sit in it after a play at the park or a longish time at the shops.

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    DS had just turned 2 the last time he used it and even though he was still ok to get in the pram I just found it easier shopping without it!

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    DD1 was a few months after two.

    DD2 has just turned 2 and is increasingly wanting out!

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    Around 2-2.5 unless i'm walking for fitness then I still make my 3 year old jump in the pram.

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    DS1 was 2, once DS2 was born he never wanted to sit in it.

    DS2 just turned 3 and I had to go buy a double pram when DS3 was born because he just wont walk!

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    DD is almost 2 and I gave up on the pram/stroller a few months ago. I only use it for walking the dogs now and she's happy to be in it for that. She'd last about 2mins at the shops before wanting to get out so I don't bother with it.

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    At about 2 and a bit our pram became a very comfy resting place for my handbag and groceries while I pushed it with one hand and tried to keep hold of my DD with the other.

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    DD is 3 and sits in the pram when we walk the dog. I haven't really bothered at the shops since 2.5ish unless we are going to be doing alot of walking there. She is not a great walker though and drives me a little crazy when walking!


 

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