I have always been a little bit addicted to prams and with my other 2 chidren I ended up going through so many as I couldnt resist a new model but I think I have really showed my true addiction as I have just bought pram number 2 and Im only 30 weeks pregnant...Oop's
In my defence ( just like a true addict I have the excuses ready!!) my 1st buy was a practical one as I wanted a nice light pram that folded small so I went for the Oyster with the carrycot and I did get a discount of 30% from Mothercare... number two caught my eye whilst I was looking through ebay its a Mamas & Papas bouncy one that will be lovely for long summer walks and it was just shouting buy me, buy me so somehow my finger hit that little button!!!
Aah see I feel better for admitting my addiction out loud and promise I will resist buying any more prams or even looking...no wait scrap that last bit its going too far... so as I was saying, buying any more prams,,,,untill the baby is here ..... ok, ok a week old?!?!?!
We bought our silvercross sleepover set (stand part with moses fabric not been used at all!) from a pram addict. I love pram addicts as they resell their prams with barely a sign of use and i get a bargain i could never have afforded brand new. Then when i buy a cheaper lighter pushchair for the bus i feel no guilt at having two. Would never buy a lightweight one 2nd hand they get knackered to quickly.
So Im not alone after all... see that makes me feel a little better lol!
Masiemoo I know what you mean and my friend bought a lovely sleepover set in sugar almond which was such a bargin and looked new... I must admit that in the past I have not bought all prams new as there are so many that get sold on after baby has finished with the carrycot bit and are such a bargin and I do sell one, buy one so its not as bad as it could be but I agree it gets harder to find lightweight buggies second hand x
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