My partner and I are expecting our first in August. My brother has a bugaboo bee that's a bit dusty that he can clean up for us. From what I've read it's fine for a newborn and great for us because we need a light-weight, public-transport-friendly pram.
My question is whether the cocoon is necessary in Sydney in spring time?
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17-06-2014 12:23 #1Junior Member
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Bugaboo Bee cocoon?
17-06-2014 12:26 #2
I have a bee it is light and pushes like a dream. So will be perfect for public transport. You will definitely need the cocoon I don't think the bee is suitable at all for a newborn without a really good insert. There is no support for a newborn in the bee unlike the chameleon and donkey
17-06-2014 12:27 #3
Also, August is still as can September and October be so you would get good use out of the cocoon.
17-06-2014 12:44 #4Senior Member
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Even if it's a warm Spring you'll need it for next winter anyway. So you may as well get in for Spring just in case.
17-06-2014 13:49 #5Senior Member
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We have the bugaboo bee for our baby due in august as well and have the light cocoon. We are also in Sydney. Made the decision to get it as provided good head support and although a spring warms up, August is a windy month in Sydney and September evenings are quite cool still. Wanted to make sure we had a snuggly environment for baby until summer.
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