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    Just after one, once she started walking that was it we got rid if the pram and had a cheap stroller for those times that we thought she may get tired.

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    Ds2 is 4 in November and still regularly goes in the pram. He gets sore legs from walking too far. Something we are looking into. He also walks super slow and finds it hard to keep up.

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    My youngest just turned two and we never use a stroller or pram (well only when we go for a long walk) but at the shops etc she walks holding my hand or I use trolley.

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    My ds is 17 months and hates the pram or trolley. He wants to walk all the time

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    DS is 2 in 5 weeks and is still in the pram most of the time we are out. He does get out for short periods.

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    My 4yo sometimes will hop in the bottom part of our pram that is usually reserved for shopping bags now if we've been out for a while or if she's tired. Somedays are just harder on her than others so we've always got the back up seat attached to our pram. She is getting better but I'm sure when she's a little older she'll be fine and no longer need to use it.

    I had DD1 in a stroller when she was 3, but only because we had to walk quite a distance into town. But she'd walk around once we were there and was fine.

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    My 27 month old prefers to walk at the shops but I still bring the pram/stoller with us as she gets distracted very easily and often wont listen to requests not to touch items in the shops. So she gets strapped into the pram for repeatedly running off or not listening and touching things she shouldnt.

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    Around two. I still take a stroller out in case he gets tired, but he much prefers to walk and explore.

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    Ds is 4 in November and we still use the stroller, shopping would be impossible otherwise as he's a runner and tries to grab everything!


 

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