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    Default City select configurations help!

    Hi,

    Anyone use a city select for a toddler and new born in the bassinet?

    What’s the best configuration you’ve found?

    I wasn’t aware that you can’t put the toddler seat forward facing whilst using the bassinet. Pretty sure my 2 year old is going to hate facing me and not “world” facing......

    Having pram buying regret right now but pretty sure dh will kill me if I buy yet another pram!

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    Bump incase someone out there has also used this pram???

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    Not ideal, but could u put bassinet on bottom, and seat on top facing out? It would mean toddler feet near baby though..

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    @JustJaq thanks for your reply.
    I was thinking that but I do worry about a shoe getting thrown off/toys or food being dropped. Could give it a try though.

    Maybe I’ll end up baby wearing more too or save our shopping outings for when DD is in day care. DD generally likes to walk mostly anyway but I much prefer to have her contained in the pram

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    Default City select configurations help!

    We put the bassinet on top and toddler seat facing inwards with feet in the storage area. It was t ideal but only lasted for a few months then we put Bub in a normal seat fully reclined.

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    @Patience86 thanks hun. It’s looking like this might have to do! Guess DD can walk and then just rest in this position when needed. No idea why they didn’t make the option to have the toddler seat facing outwards! I’m sure they only would have had to move the brackets for the top seat slightly higher.

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    Default City select configurations help!

    Quote Originally Posted by Mashie View Post
    @Patience86 thanks hun. It’s looking like this might have to do! Guess DD can walk and then just rest in this position when needed. No idea why they didn’t make the option to have the toddler seat facing outwards! I’m sure they only would have had to move the brackets for the top seat slightly higher.
    This is not ideal and certainly not how city select want you to use the pram...but sometimes when I am desperate and only have a single seat in for bub and my toddler suddenly gets tired etc, she sits in the baggage area facing out with her feet out, holding onto the two poles that are meant for the second seat to attach to. It’s works fine in a pinch, No idea if I am doing damage to the baggage area though!


 

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