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What are those things called that you connect to the pram so a child can stand behind it?

(17 Posts)
RoRoMommy Thu 02-Oct-08 12:36:25

Step-somethings? I need to buy one, so please advise!

Thanks.

Aero Thu 02-Oct-08 12:37:01

buggy board?

Cocolepew Thu 02-Oct-08 12:37:05

Buggy Boards ?

Jojay Thu 02-Oct-08 12:37:05

Buggy board??

Cocolepew Thu 02-Oct-08 12:37:29

Areo can type faster than me

Cocolepew Thu 02-Oct-08 12:37:57

But I can type faster than Jojay

RoRoMommy Thu 02-Oct-08 12:43:18

That's it, thanks! They're expensive...anywhere I can get a used one?

mindalina Thu 02-Oct-08 12:44:08

From me! I have one kicking about I haven't used in forever. Whereabouts do you live?

RoRoMommy Thu 02-Oct-08 15:28:32

London...would yours fit a Maclaren?

pagwatch Thu 02-Oct-08 15:29:27

the dog?

EnchantedWithEdwardCullen Thu 02-Oct-08 15:30:25

A TORTOISE ON ROLLER SKATES?

pagwatch Thu 02-Oct-08 15:38:48

Chuck Norris on a uni cycle?
He could hold up a toddler for quite substantial journeys. But he's always going to be a bugger to push.

hmmm
what could it be?

Aero Thu 02-Oct-08 16:04:25

Try Ebay or ask on your local freecycle maybe?

Sycamoretree Thu 02-Oct-08 16:14:04

I hate mine. You can have it. But actually, I might hate mine so much I've sorted of busted one of the catches slinging it violently into the boot one too many times.

mindalina Thu 02-Oct-08 17:29:42

Ooh not sure, I had it on the back of a loola. I think the buggyboard website has details of which pushchairs are compatible. I'm in Sussex but DP works in London so if it fits I'm sure we could sort something out

clam Thu 02-Oct-08 17:36:18

Never had one of these, but had a strong bar that happened to be there (bebe confort) that DS used to stand on. The thing that always strikes me about those steps is the weird lunge position the mums pushing have to adopt to avoid tripping over the board.

RoRoMommy Fri 03-Oct-08 10:08:54

Cool, well I'd be interested in trying it out...where is your husband's job? I am at St. Paul's.

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