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    Default Bugaboo donkey/mono?

    I'm looking at buying this pram.. Infact I want it and getting it tomorrow LOL.

    But was just wondering what size car you have if you have one!


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    Not the greatest news... I have a Ford Territory, and it takes up most of my boot!

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    We have a dual cab ute I'm hoping it fits! My emmaljunga takes up the WHOLE boot! We will buy a car once we have the pram lol.

    Do you love your pram? Everyone I know told me to get bugaboo but they only had singles!


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    I've got one and can only just fit it in my Holden Cruze boot. It's actually a real pain in that regard, and having to take it apart each time etc

    But an awesome pram still!

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    I've got a Subaru impreza sedan and it fits fine in the boot with a little room left.

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    TBH I wasn't much of a fan in double mode. I far preferred putting DD in an Ergo and DS3 in my Bee. But now it's in single mode it's lovely. I'd probably prefer a Cammy though, all told.

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    Ah no! My dd hates her ergo I keep trying to persist but she hates it! She's now 5 months and I'm not having any luck baby wearing! I might try a ring sling.

    I think df will die if I got a second bugaboo LOL! This is my third pram in 6 months!!


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