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    2 prams (LOVE my silver cross) and 1 stroller (LOVE my maclaren), so 2 great ones and 1 that I used for DD and tried to use again for DS but I couldn't put up with it.

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    6 babies
    8 or 9 prams from memory maybe more. I remember we went through a few in the US because we used the pram to carry home all our groceries over rough terrain. US prams weren't anywhere near as good as the ones we had here back than.

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    2.5 for one child

    Bugaboo bee (main pram), umbrella stroller for a plane trip holiday, double mountain buggy for work with DD (mummy nanny).

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    1 single - city mini GT
    1 stroller - cheapy for travel, not great mainly because you can't steer it one handed.
    1 double - city elite double bought second hand for walking, old and huge but great for walking.
    2 children over 3 years. Although our days of DD sitting in a pram are numbered so I'm looking at getting a city mini zip for the car and keeping the GT for walks.

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    Just a question when roughly does a baby move from a pram to a stroller?

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    2 prams over 6.5years wirh 4 kids. The first was a single pram that was great when i only had 1 child. When baby #2 came along with an 18 month age gap, I quickly realised I would need a double pram and bought a baby jogger CS. It's been absolutely perfect for what I need.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CharlieDE View Post
    4 prams 1 baby, first was a bugaboo buffalo that got stolen in a parents room. .
    What an awful thing to do! I can't believe someone would do that!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JustJaq View Post
    What an awful thing to do! I can't believe someone would do that!
    Got mine stollen from my communal car park

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    Quote Originally Posted by BabyG4 View Post
    Eeekk I am shocking with prams. I've got 4 kiddies and in that time have had 12 prams I think. Think I've had 3 baby jogger city selects alone and 2 city mini's lol.
    Why so many of the same kind? Did they break? I am looking for a second hand city select atm for second bub, but a bit worried if they don't last!

    For me, two prams, currently one kid. First one just wasn't what i needed - too heavy! Sold it, and been happy with a city mini GT, but shopping for third pram now for when second bub comes ☺

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    Quote Originally Posted by ExcuseMyFrench View Post
    Got mine stollen from my communal car park
    That's awful! And i reckon its only really other parents who know how much other prams are worth. Sad to think about another parent stealing your pram!


 

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