I have Phil and Teds with the removable seat and it's great. 90% of the time it's just DS in the pram but it's great to have the option when I need it - for example when I want to pick up something quickly at the shops and can't be bothered with DD walking at a snails pace with the attention span of a flea or when we go for a long walk and she might not make it the whole way.
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13-08-2016 19:51 #11
13-08-2016 20:25 #12
Would you consider wearing bubs and having one in the pram? I find that works for me. Means you could wait a few more months for your 3 year old to use the pram and get one if you find he may need to use it longer?
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13-08-2016 20:31 #13
There's only 20 months between my youngest two and I get by fine without a double pram (they are now 9 months and almost 2.5 yrs). But, my toddler didn't really like the pram much anyway (the balance bike comes on all our school runs!), and I have an ergo which I get a lot of use out of. But, if I didn't have a car and used the pram a lot I would get a double.
14-08-2016 00:11 #14
Dd was 2.5yrs when ds was born & I just used a buggy board for her. Our pram doesn't have the option of a 2nd seat and it wasn't something I regretted in the end.
15-08-2016 07:37 #15
I have a boy who is 3 in November, so almost the same age as your son. He hasn't ridden in a pram since December, when he was 2yrs and 1 month. To be fair, we drive everywhere and he is very independent and wants to walk. If we didn't have a car, he might still be in a pram because he does get tired. DS2 was born when ds1 was 2yrs + 1 month and he was Hardly using prams either. I just wore DS2 for the first few months whenever I needed DS1 in the pram.
If I were you, I would wait until after Bub is born, try baby wearing first, and see if you can make do with your current pram. By the time Bub needs to be in a pram you older boy might be happy to walk everywhere.
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Little Miss Sunshine (15-08-2016)
15-08-2016 07:45 #16
Last edited by Little Miss Sunshine; 15-08-2016 at 07:53.
15-08-2016 07:51 #17
I think a double stroller would be more useful if you had a bolter (dd1 sticks to me like glue) or a day trip to the zoo/Easter show or something where you were out for the day.
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