Ive got a wrap for baby, but will also dig out the travel system we used for W until he was 7 months old (and all became too heavy going up hills lol!). I find pram is useful for full days out or if we are out when he would be sleeping if we were at home and he's tired. I'm also not happy going into town with him walking unless DH with us too, just too busy with the crowds.
My friends little boy has just turned 3, and her little girl is same age as Analise, and finds still needs to use a buggy as he is always tired after nursery, if they are out for several hours. Try a buggy board in first instance, you could always sell the single and buggy board to buy a double if you need it- they are cheap enough if you look around! xx
Madi was just 2 when i had Zach and i brought a cheapish double. Its been a complete waste of time really as i could never manage with it on the bus etc. I just wait for OH before we go into town or anywhere so he has one and i have the other. Madi has always been happy to walk anyway and is very well behaved. I would say the wrap/buggyboard route is a great idea
I don't know what I'd do without my double but my DS was 14 months when DD was born and had only been walking unaided a few weeks. I did put DD as a newborn in my moby wrap a lot but now they're mostly just in the double. I now have to get DS out the pram completely in the next 8 months lol x
would be lost without my double pram!!! i have city twin elite! light weight, fits in most doors, 2 independant seats and also a carrycot, easy to manover, love love love it!!!! it fits through my front door and it is a side by side pram!! yes when i go to town or the shops it does take a few mins to put up and take down, but nothing is easy with 2 or 3 when you r on your own. i certainally couldnt be waiting for oh all the time!!!
Thank you for posting this question. I had been wondering the same. My LO will be 18 months when baby arrives. He hit 11KG by 6months. So if 2nd baby grows as heavy, I won't be able to babywear him/her (it hurts!). So a tandem stroller may have to be the solution. Side by sides just doesn't work well here where doorways and walkways are narrow.
My next concern is if I have twins (my baby/babies are born through fertility), how am I going to bring 2 babies and a toddler around? Headache!
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