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When did you give up the buggy

(11 Posts)
moomin35 Sat 15-Aug-15 10:15:32

? :-)

ffffffedup Sat 15-Aug-15 10:26:13

About 2.5 I stopped it for short journeys but about 3 gave it up altogether

MayFlowers16 Sat 15-Aug-15 18:36:24

Dd refused her buggy before she turned two. Unfortunately.

meglet Sat 15-Aug-15 18:37:12


AmethystMoon Sat 15-Aug-15 18:45:37

Dd was 2 years 7 months last time I used it and that was a one off because she was tired and we were at Bluewater shopping. However it was a fight to get her in it!
She walks everywhere now and just gets the odd shoulder ride from her Dad or piggy back from me if we're on a long walk and she's flagging.

hazeyjane Sat 15-Aug-15 18:48:40

dd1 - 3 ish
dd2 - 4.5ish
ds - ongoing at 5 (he is disabled)

trilbydoll Sat 15-Aug-15 18:48:58

I was thinking today that DD fills the pushchair (we're still using our original travel system, not a stroller) - she's only 2y3m. She still naps in it, I can't imagine giving it up any time soon, but I'm not sure how comfortable she's going to be!

SpendSpendSpend Sat 15-Aug-15 18:50:39

Dd is 2 years 10 months and i still need it for walking more than a mile. If i dont take the pram i end up regretting it as dd wants to be picked up and shes too heavy for me to carry.

Drivinghomeforchristmasornot Sat 15-Aug-15 18:53:21

DD stopped at 2.10 (when ds came along) apart from v rare occasions when she was shattered or a bit poorly.
DS is 3.5 and I packed it away yesterday! Although may regret it come school runs in september!

YeOldeTrout Sat 15-Aug-15 19:35:57

4.5 - 5 years old

YouCantBeSadHoldingACupcake Sat 15-Aug-15 19:49:28

dcs 1-4 were out of the buggy at 2. dc5 has just turned 3 and has only just come out of it. dc6 is 20 months and walks some of the time, will be out of it at 2 and a half (want to get through the winter with him under the rain cover).

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