Pram buying for team yellow?

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  1. Mrs RC

    Mrs RC Lucas' Mummy!

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  2. maybebaby3

    maybebaby3 Proud mum of 4!

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    when we were originally going 4 team yellow my oh liked that colour 4 both girl and boy.
     
  3. vickie83

    vickie83 Mama to 2 little ladybugs

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    I personally wouldn't buy a purple pram if there was a chance it could be a boy - but then I'm not the one pushing it :)
     
  4. ellie27

    ellie27 Well-Known Member

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    I have a dark purple and grey pram and it looks great for boy or girl.....in the pics on that link I think the purple looks a bit more lilac so I would say it is more girly - sorry!
     
  5. Trinity42

    Trinity42 Mommy to Mika

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    Oh I wish we had those over here in the states, they look so nice and cozy.
     
  6. MrsBandEgglet

    MrsBandEgglet Mummy to 3, expecting #4

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    It does look a little more appropriate for a girl in the pic but WOW! it's gorgeous anyway. I'd wanna buy it just because it's so pretty :laugh2: xx
     
  7. Mrs RC

    Mrs RC Lucas' Mummy!

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    I knw it is so lovely...but maybe you are all right and it is a little girly. OH just said that just cos I want a purple pram is not a reason to finout if we're on team pink or blue at our next scan in the new year...I think he is wrong. It seems a perfectly good reason to me! :haha:
     
  8. modo

    modo WAHP

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    We have order the Icandy Cherry in Blueberry. We just loved the colour and I would have bought it whether we were having a boy or a girl.
     
  9. Mrs RC

    Mrs RC Lucas' Mummy!

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    Thanks! maybe I just need to work on OH a little more to get the mulberry one!!

    xx
     
  10. Ria_Rose

    Ria_Rose Mum to JJ & expecting #2

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    It's dark purple and so I think its fairly unisex.

    We went for red (as I wanted to stay away from black)
     
  11. chele

    chele Mummy to Max & Hayden

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    it's lovely, but I would not go for it. We had the same problem. The one I want was the M&P ultima in black with polka dots but a few people said it was too girly. Then when we went to order it the sales guy said it would be great for a girl, before I even said anything so that put me right off and I went for something more sex neutral
     
  12. Mrs RC

    Mrs RC Lucas' Mummy!

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    Thanks Chele - what did you go for in the end?

    x
     
  13. chele

    chele Mummy to Max & Hayden

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    this is what I wanted
    https://mamasandpapas.scene7.com/is/image/mamasandpapas/ProductImageTemplate?$mainImg=is%7Bmamasandpapas%2F259818701%3Fscl%3D1%7D&$bottomLeft=is%7Bmamasandpapas%2F%3Fscl%3D1%7D&$bottomRight=is%7Bmamasandpapas%2F%3Fscl%3D1%7D&$topLeft=is%7Bmamasandpapas%2Fsave200priceorange%3Fscl%3D1%7D&$topRight=is%7Bmamasandpapas%2F%3Fscl%3D1%7D&$large_img$


    this is what I got

    https://mamasandpapas.scene7.com/is/image/mamasandpapas/ProductImageTemplate?$mainImg=is%7Bmamasandpapas%2F259717901%3Fscl%3D1%7D&$bottomLeft=is%7Bmamasandpapas%2F%3Fscl%3D1%7D&$bottomRight=is%7Bmamasandpapas%2F%3Fscl%3D1%7D&$topLeft=is%7Bmamasandpapas%2Fsave200priceorange%3Fscl%3D1%7D&$topRight=is%7Bmamasandpapas%2F%3Fscl%3D1%7D&$large_img$
     
  14. Mrs RC

    Mrs RC Lucas' Mummy!

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    ooh i love the polka dots....but can see why you got the other one! Maybe I should rethink the purple pram.

    x
     
  15. Bells

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    I'm looking at the cherry in mulberry as well and I have no idea whether we're having a boy or girl. My friend has it for her little boy as its not such a girly purple really, I think it works well for either.

    That is the only bad thing about the cherry though - the colours! Why can't they make it in plain black ;-(
     
  16. Kacie

    Kacie I have a little girl! xx

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    I just looked at it and I love it! I would want to see it in person to get a really good idea of the colour but, from the picture, I would get it in purple for a boy or girl as it is that little bit more vibrant compared to a standard gender neutral beige. I wouldn't assume there was a girl in there just by looking at the buggy. And the reviews i've read are really good.

    If the colour is a bit more lilac than the picture looks then I'm not sure if I would change my mind though..
     
  17. dovehouse

    dovehouse Well-Known Member

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    Am going for a black pram but am thinking can buy coloured accessories later on to suit the baby!
     
  18. catfromaus

    catfromaus Mum to angel Aiden Lynne

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    :happydance:I'm team yellow too!:happydance:
    I don't want to find out until he/she gets here. I never even thought about unisex prams! eek... Will the little boy really care that he had a purple pram? Its just so beautiful- I'd buy it!

    Cat
    xxx
     
  19. KamKol

    KamKol Mother of one

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    I think that looks quite girly hun - try going for a more neutral colour...ultimately, it's your choice. :thumbup:
     
  20. chele

    chele Mummy to Max & Hayden

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    my thought was that I know the little one won't mind what colour it's pushed around in, but people seeing a certain colour pram might expect to see a certain sex baby in the pram and be surprised. And sometimes if you're baby is in neutral they might automatically assume it's a s/he and then be really embarrassed!! Lol
     

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