For those with 2 kids close age..

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Can you post a pic of what twin buggy you have or planning to get? Looking for ideas :lol: Not for me tho... :shock:
 
this is the one i got :D:D wouldn't reccomend it tho tbh i can't even lift the stupid thing :shock: also the one i have is red and gray, not the same colors as this one.

https://i97.photobucket.com/albums/l213/lexis_mommy/stroller.jpg
 
Okay well we dont have bub number 2 yet but we are not planing on getting a double buggy. Were getting one of these:

https://www.urchin.co.uk/catalog/kids-travel-and-holiday/pushchairs-and-strollers/p_65400.html

That way we can still use our existin buggy. I think doubles are good if you have twins, but otherwise one grows out of it to soon. This way the older one can use it when they feel tired, or you can fold it flat against the buggy when they want to walk.
 
I've gone for the Phil and Teds because I wanted something I could easily put in the back of the car and that wouldn't take up too much space in my house (we have no storage space so it will be against the wall in the kitchen).
 
do not get a 1 in front 1 behind(tandem) there shite heavy(hurt ur back!!!!) are difficult 2 manouvre my list is endless!!! i have the cosatto duo tandem, but i prefer callum in his carrier and chloe in her buggy!
 
the one you're getting looks really cool cat i don't think we have them over here tho, well i haven't seen any anyways haha... and i agree with yvanne they are the worst stupid inventions ever lol, i thought it would be better to get a one in front one in back rather than a side by side, but god was i wrong :? i hate the stupid thing and have only used it once for a test run with DD and my nephew :(
 
Kina have u bought your yet.
I think i'll be getting a phil and ted's I wasn't sure I liked them at 1st but a double buggy side by side was what i was going to buy but it's so wide I wouldn't be able to get to my house because steps LOL. the tandems do look heavy i'm only little. prob phil and ted's. the buggy pods look good tho Cat xxx
 
Cat said:
Okay well we dont have bub number 2 yet but we are not planing on getting a double buggy. Were getting one of these:

https://www.urchin.co.uk/catalog/kids-travel-and-holiday/pushchairs-and-strollers/p_65400.html

That way we can still use our existin buggy. I think doubles are good if you have twins, but otherwise one grows out of it to soon. This way the older one can use it when they feel tired, or you can fold it flat against the buggy when they want to walk.

Hi i looked into these as well and the people i have spoke to in the shop say that most people return them as they are rubbish, also my friend had her two yr old in it and was walking down the road the frame slipped and her son ended up in the road! :shock: :shock: Its a good idea but not safe.
 
i have this
https://www.mamasandpapas.co.uk/product_details.php?id=1803689&type=I

its the lightest double buggy around. but i thinks its poop its too light and bends like its going to snap hard to get up curbs

i have been looking into this though
https://cgi.ebay.co.uk/NEW-MARCO-SK...9566989QQihZ019QQcategoryZ66704QQcmdZViewItem
, it dont look very nice but its only the size of a single. and are better then the normal tandem as the baby at the back aint just looking at the back of the baby infrount as they are higher up and the back one lays completly flat but the front one dont which is a bumma, but Dior neer sleeps in the buggy at her age
 
I really liked that one you posted for me the other day, but I would like to see how big it is when folded - if it would fit in boot ok. :?
 
Dionne said:
i have this
https://www.mamasandpapas.co.uk/product_details.php?id=1803689&type=I

its the lightest double buggy around. but i thinks its poop its too light and bends like its going to snap hard to get up curbs

i have been looking into this though
https://cgi.ebay.co.uk/NEW-MARCO-SK...9566989QQihZ019QQcategoryZ66704QQcmdZViewItem
, it dont look very nice but its only the size of a single. and are better then the normal tandem as the baby at the back aint just looking at the back of the baby infrount as they are higher up and the back one lays completly flat but the front one dont which is a bumma, but Dior neer sleeps in the buggy at her age

somebody at work has that second one and its actually really nice!
 
Kayleigh I bought mine far too early lol and it's been up Mils for a few weeks in storage! It's expensive but I'm glad I've gone for it. For the first few weeks Ella was here I hardly took her out as her pram was such a tank and a faff. I live in a terraced house so have to wheel the pram straight in, I can't leave it outside and my front door leads straight into the front room so it needs to be compact.
 
Kina maybe you can clear up something for me...

I like the look of Phil and Ted's but isn't it very restrictive for the child thats underneath eg they dont see much? And it looks cramped, what happens when the child grows? :?

If not slating it, it's a possibility for me, just want help with my q's! :lol:
 
https://cgi.ebay.co.uk/NEW-DOUBLE-J...37QQihZ019QQcategoryZ2989QQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem

https://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI...MEWA:IT&viewitem=&item=200042328044&rd=1&rd=1



I got this one on ebay. It folds down not too bad, I can get in the back of an audi (posted a pic of the same car as mine). Its nice, they both fit okay and its very nice for going out a walk but not too practical for the shops. I can get in a few shops but tend to plan my route and sometimes just end up taking the buggy and the baby carrier or the buggy and get Jessica to walk.
 
Cat said:
Okay well we dont have bub number 2 yet but we are not planing on getting a double buggy. Were getting one of these:

https://www.urchin.co.uk/catalog/kids-travel-and-holiday/pushchairs-and-strollers/p_65400.html

That way we can still use our existin buggy. I think doubles are good if you have twins, but otherwise one grows out of it to soon. This way the older one can use it when they feel tired, or you can fold it flat against the buggy when they want to walk.

Thats fab!!!! Im so glad i looked in here, I have saved that in to my faves :D

xx
 
Layla said:
Cat said:
Okay well we dont have bub number 2 yet but we are not planing on getting a double buggy. Were getting one of these:

https://www.urchin.co.uk/catalog/kids-travel-and-holiday/pushchairs-and-strollers/p_65400.html

That way we can still use our existin buggy. I think doubles are good if you have twins, but otherwise one grows out of it to soon. This way the older one can use it when they feel tired, or you can fold it flat against the buggy when they want to walk.

Thats fab!!!! Im so glad i looked in here, I have saved that in to my faves :D

xx

thats great and it quiet cheap too
 
Well thats what Im thinking, as it dosent really look like many of the twins/tandems are suitable from birth as they dont allow the baby to lie flat. Where as using the pod, I can attach it to the travel system so baby can lie flat in proper pram, while Noah can still look around. Great for as he gets older too, as he becomes more independant and wants to walk more, Ican fold it up, but if he gets tired and wants a rest, hey presto!

Mum2boys what shop did you see it in? Iwant to see one in flesh before ordering and Ionly know if it online.
 
Cat- I saw it in Thats my baby its not a chain but a private shop in swindon.
 

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