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    Default how many prams have you owned

    My friend and I were having a laugh the other day. She is pregnant with a surprise baby after re-partnering ... and telling me how many prams she has owned over her pregnancies (this is her 4th bub - and 7th pram)

    so - how many prams have you owned?

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    2 x prams
    2 x strollers
    1 x double pram (limo style)

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    Bought a single pram when preg with my first. Bought a tandem when pregnant with my 2nd. Hated it so bought a steelcraft strider when preg with my third and used that for my 4th as well. Plus I have a little cheapy Target umbrella stroller that I use now.
    So 3 prams and 1 stroller for 4 kids.
    Currently TTC and will use the same pram as I still have it, if we do get pregnant again.

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    Three. For one child who is yet to turn 2 and we aren't having another
    First one was bought before she was born and it was a baby jogger city mini 4 wheel. Awesome pram except dd hated it as it was only forward facing. I couldn't take her anywhere in the pram without her screaming the whole time
    So I bought a baby jogger city versa when dd was about 3-4 months old. Also awesome but much heavier than the mini. Straight away she was happy to sit in the pram as she could face me.
    We also bought a rip-off of a babyzen yoyo last year for travelling. That we are yet to use. So that's three and a lot of wasted money.
    I probably only use the pram once a month these days! DD is now too busy to sit in it and would rather walk or sit in a trolley. Or be carried

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    Default how many prams have you owned

    Just one. Used it for 4 yo DS until a month ago and now using it For DD. It's a baby jogger city select and still going strong

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    3 prams used for 2 kids. In hindsight....i could of just used 1....the one im still using.

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    We bought a strider plus (3 wheel) when I was pregnant with our first baby. That was 6 years ago and we still have it, we got the compatible car capsule when #2 came along. It has been a great pram although it is a little bulky compared to some of the newer ones. We got a basic $80 one from Big W when #2 was about 10 months old as we were going overseas and needed something a bit more compact. So 2 prams over 6 yrs with 2 kids.

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    2 prams - a Valco Rebel Q and then a baby jogger city mini 4 wheels. The Valco I used when DD was really little. She preferred being in the carrier and it was really too bulky. i liked the extendable handle and that it rearfaces though!

    The baby jogger we bought secondhand 3 years ago when we were about to go overseas with DD who was then 2.5. It was then our pram for DS. I loved it and wish I had bought one to begin with


    We've also owned an umbrella stroller at one time

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    One. Used it for all kids. I don't get the pram obsession thing.

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    4 prams 1 baby, first was a bugaboo buffalo that got stolen in a parents room. Got a strider compact to replace that one. Next was a nuna pepp stroller we needed for travel over christmas and most recently a city mini Gt should have just got it to begin with better than all of my others.


 

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