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first pram for 1 year old-help!!!

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mewart Tue 10-May-05 21:41:39

I am looking for a first pram for my dd first birthday in june, i have seen some on e bay but cant seem to find one new for a one year old, any ideas??

mewart Tue 10-May-05 21:47:37

sorry meant to put it is a dolls pram i am looking for

Katemum Tue 10-May-05 21:49:37

Earliest I can find is one for a 2 year old in ELC

Hulababy Tue 10-May-05 21:50:39

WE got DD this lovely little pushchair from Toys R Us for her 2st birthday (2 years ago). IT says from 3 years,, but the handle was adjustable - so it could be made lower for her to push. And it was very stable, unlike so many, so she couldn't pull it over on top of her.

katzguk Tue 10-May-05 21:51:57

have to second hulas choice, we bought a very similar one for DD's first birthday from John Lewis, she still loves it now at 2.5years

Katemum Tue 10-May-05 21:53:17

Love that photo Hulababy

Hulababy Tue 10-May-05 21:55:10

Thankyou katemum - it was on her first birthday. On it you can see how the handle is put to the lowest position. She still uses it now - turned 3 in April. It has had almost daily use and is still in excellent condition. And bigger dolls do fit in it - DD's baby Annabel, Little Lucy and her Cabbage Patch thing all fit in it fine.

mewart Wed 11-May-05 07:52:24

Thank you for your advice i was a bit unsure about buying one for an older child but knowing that some of you have done it with no problems has put my mind at rest

magnolia1 Wed 11-May-05 09:59:47

My nan bought a little ladybird one but to be honest Katie is now nearly 2 and she uses the girls prams which are for age 4+ but with adjustable handles!!

LIZS Wed 11-May-05 10:27:44

dd had a simple plastic Winnie the Pooh one, similar to the Ladybug one, (branded Lady Magic) from Argos, recommended age from 18 months. Think you can now get a similar style with Disney Princess and Mamas and Papas fabric like here but their site is slow today. The handle height adjusts and it converts to a cradle when they outgrow the pram. Do bear in mind that unless she is walking solidly by then it will be less stable to push than a normal pushalong walker and harder to manoeurve.

mewart Wed 11-May-05 12:21:52

thanks will look at that later web site is not working at the moment, she is walking solidly on her own now

pixel Wed 11-May-05 17:53:57

I would say get a light one as you will no doubt end up carrying it!

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