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    Default Pram suitable for 2.5 year old and Newborn

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    Looking for advice on prams that would suit my family. I'll need a pram for NB but also occasionally of the 2.5 year old. I still use it to walk to school to pick up older kids and for tired legs when shopping but otherwise 2.5 year old walks. Can anyone recommend a good pram? Side-by-side? Tandem? TIA

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    I have the Baby Jogger City Select that can easily convert from single to double and back to single. It can also be used with a car capsule with an adapter and you can get a glider board for older kids that like to stand and ride. I love it. So stable, huge basket and easy to steer with one hand. A bit on the heavy side though to lift in and out of the car boot.
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    I also have the BJCS for my 23 month old and my 6 week old. Love it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by WiseOldOwl View Post
    I have the Baby Jogger City Select that can easily convert from single to double and back to single. It can also be used with a car capsule with an adapter and you can get a glider board for older kids that like to stand and ride. I love it. So stable, huge basket and easy to steer with one hand. A bit on the heavy side though to lift in and out of the car boot.
    I was going to suggest this. I've used mine with my NB and my nearly 2 nephew worked a treat and still plenty of basket room

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    Another vote for bjcs, we had a 21 month gap and my now 2.5 year old still sits in it often when he gets tired.

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    I have B2 due in May next year and my LO will only be 22m so we have upgraded our Bugaboo Cammie to the Donkey. We have loved our Cammie so it made sense to stick with the brand.
    I love about the donkey: that it has the duo and mono option so I won't need another pram with LO is no longer using it or add a wheelboard, that I can use a capsule & toddler seat together, that its side by side so they can interact (and maybe sit longer), its no wider than most 3 wheelers like the Strider, the storage options with side basket in mono mode.

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    Yet another vote for the BJCS. I only wish that it was the first pram I bought, not the last!


 

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