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Very bumpy pram ride

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Isis189 Fri 05-Dec-14 11:12:46

Hi

I'm a very nervous new mum and today I was taking my 10 year old son to school and we were late so I ran with the pram, with my 4 month old son inside (it is a quinny buzz xtra). Well a stone got caught between the two front wheels and I didn't realise at first, when I looked downs into the pram, my sons head was shaking from side to side really fast as a result of the stone getting caught and me running.

I'm so worried that this could cause harm? He seems to be acting himself but I have read on some sites that sometimes if the baby has been hurt it will not be evident straight away.

I hope I don't sound too much like a raving nutter, but I would really appreciate some help or some calming down!

Thanks xxx

Isis189 Fri 05-Dec-14 17:26:04

�� slightly embarrassed bump!

PenguinsandtheTantrumofDoom Fri 05-Dec-14 17:30:22

He will be fine. Think of all those buggy fit classes people do.smile

Isis189 Fri 05-Dec-14 17:39:42

Thank you :-)

there are so many scary stories out there, I'm starting to question everything I do.

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LostMySocks Sat 06-Dec-14 22:59:31

I used to deliberately walk my DS over the bumpiest places I could find. Only way to get him to nap....

NannyNim Sun 07-Dec-14 17:38:22

Prams and buggys are designed to cope with and protect babies from this sort of thing. It would have to be very hard shaking to cause damage and the vast majority of these cases are caused deliberately.

Don't worry! He'll be fine!

Isis189 Sun 07-Dec-14 18:26:19

Thanks everyone for replying smile. He is not himself since it happened but he has got a cold that is bothering him, that's making him cranky. 10 years ago, when I had my first, things like this didn't worry me but I'm terrible this time round! I seem to worry about everything! Maybe because i didn't have the Internet then! Thank you for reassuring me about bumpy places and strong prams...
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