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Hello all,
I am 6 months pregnant and will need to buy a pram pretty soon.
I was looking into some here but find the choice quiet overwhelming. Do you have any ideas or experience you can recommend?
What about combi pushchairs I can adjust later on? Do I safe money that way?
I d be happy about any kind of advice.
Thanks
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(Original post by willowbe)
Hello all,
I am 6 months pregnant and will need to buy a pram pretty soon.
I was looking into some here but find the choice quiet overwhelming. Do you have any ideas or experience you can recommend?
What about combi pushchairs I can adjust later on? Do I safe money that way?
I d be happy about any kind of advice.
Thanks
Well hello tharr, I'd personally look on websites that review different pushchairs as a student forum isn't always bursting with tons of pregnant girls so you can find one that is both within your budget (guessing you do have a budget) and also ones that are useful and easy to use so you don't have the stress from a pushchair as well as your incoming sprog.

Good luck
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(Original post by Willum Infanta)
Well hello tharr, I'd personally look on websites that review different pushchairs as a student forum isn't always bursting with tons of pregnant girls so you can find one that is both within your budget (guessing you do have a budget) and also ones that are useful and easy to use so you don't have the stress from a pushchair as well as your incoming sprog.

Good luck
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A student forum probably isn't the best place for advice, you should try a pregnancy/parenting forum ie here

If it helps, I'm 5 months and buying this
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Sometimes I wonder, where the **** do people like you find such brilliant pictures? Your posts are brilliant Mr. Infanta.
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Sometimes I wonder, where the **** do people like you find such brilliant pictures? Your posts are brilliant Mr. Infanta.
Creeping aboot the internets

Too much spare time.

It is an honour.
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Creeping aboot the internets

Too much spare time.

It is an honour.
Having said that... Shouldn't you be in college rather than creeping aboot the internets?
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Having said that... Shouldn't you be in college rather than creeping aboot the internets?
I have 3 day weeks, Mondays and Tuesdays i'm off so 4 day weekends :woo:

Then I'm in recording studio's at my college for the rest of the week
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I have 3 day weeks, Mondays and Tuesdays i'm off so 4 day weekends :woo:

Then I'm in recording studio's at my college for the rest of the week
Lucky *******...Mr. Infanta spraying his bars on the mic, I'll soon be seeing you on Channel AKA
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Try mumsnet.com...you'll probably get better advice from Mums rather than penniless students.
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What's your budget? Where will you be using the pushchair, urban or rural? Do you have your own transport or will you be using public? Is re-sale value important to you or would do you not mind as long as the pushchair fits your needs well while you have it?

I can come up with a few suggestions with that info x
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I suggest you come and join us in the Pregnancy and Parenting society (find us under the society list).

and to answer your question - if you have a car, then get a pushchair of the same make as the car-seat, like say a Graco pushchair and a Graco car-seat, as you can then just remove the carseat from the car and clip it into the pram when you're going somewhere - to save waking your baby up

Don't buy a pram where the wheels don't swivel. I have a three wheeler and none of the wheels swivel, which makes turning corners really awkward.

Obviously it goes without saying, make sure the pram is suitable from birth (unless you're planning on only using one with a car-seat whilst the baby is young) as some prams are only suitable from 6 months +

You don't need to buy a ridiculously expensive pram. There are a lot of very dear ones like iCandy, and they're pretty but just not needed. Stick to your budget.
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