Do you think this travel system is unisex??

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  1. Steviem2703

    Steviem2703 Well-Known Member

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    I'm looking at travel systems for my bump and was just wondering do you think this is more for a girl boy or can be used for both

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  2. wemustntpanic

    wemustntpanic Well-Known Member

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    My instinct is boy but its not glaring and would suit either. Just put a pink bow in girls hair to make obvious ;-)
     
  3. Kitteh_Kat

    Kitteh_Kat Mommy <3

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    I would use it for either! It's a good neutral color scheme. :)
     
  4. Emma&Freya

    Emma&Freya Well-Known Member

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    Neutral :) But Id put something pink in for a girl and blue for a boy :)
     
  5. summer rain

    summer rain Mum of 5

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    I would say either gender also. However I had that travel system in brown and teal colour way and it's not great, the carrycot is nice but the car seat on ours disintegrated after less than 2 years and the pushchair went all rickety within weeks. The changing bag also fits barely anything in xx
     
  6. surprisedmama

    surprisedmama Well-Known Member

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    Colors are for everyone.
     
  7. ktod

    ktod Well-Known Member

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    My LB was in a raspberry pink carrycot. It was more of a nice thing for me to push. He actually is mistaken more for a girl now he is in a blue buggy that when he was a little baby so I wouldn't worry about the colour of the travel system.
     
  8. Beccaboop

    Beccaboop Mummy to Jacob

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    Id say it was unisex also i have this travel system in charcoal (if its the malibu?) and love it altho mine is second hand and my back wheels keep coming loose but im sure youll will be fine. x
     
  9. Noo

    Noo Mum to 2 boys xx

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    Either sex. I also have a pram that is questionable so I always use a blue blanket :)
     

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  10. hopeful4bfp

    hopeful4bfp Well-Known Member

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    That is a beautiful travel system. I am quite jealous!!
     
  11. Eleanor ace

    Eleanor ace Well-Known Member

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    Definitely either, but then I'd happily put my DS in a pink pram or DD in a blue pram, the worst that will happen is someone thinking your LO is the opposite gender lol
     
  12. FAB mama

    FAB mama Well-Known Member

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    I would say either. I don't think I'd buy a pink travel system even if I had a girl. My DH would hate it. We have a red car seat and a teal blue stroller. I'd still probably use either of those if I had a girl.

    Then again, I got a black messenger style diaper bag thinking DH would help carry it and he still won't touch it.... ugh.
     
  13. Dolly84

    Dolly84 Pregnant with #2 :-)

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    I have this exact travel system, we bought this when we were team yellow, turned out we had a blue bump but I'd say it is fine for either gender. Word of warning though....the back wheels don't stay in-line when you pull the pram backwards, apart from that I love it ;-) xxx
     

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