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A triple buggy?

(12 Posts)
SP00KYLilBucket1 Sat 14-Oct-17 20:25:47

I have 4 lo's aged from 4 to 3 months. We usually walk my dd to school and then go for a walk around the park. I only have a double buggy at the moment and I end up having to carry my 2yo as well as pushing the buggy. However every triple buggy I look at doesn't seem like it would be able to fit a newborn, 16 month old and 2yo. Do you have any recommendations?.

3luckystars Sat 14-Oct-17 20:28:28

I’d put the smallest one in a sling, I can’t even imagine maneuvering a triple buggy

NapQueen Sat 14-Oct-17 20:29:20

Yy to a sling for the baby.

SP00KYLilBucket1 Sat 14-Oct-17 21:39:42

Never thought of that!. I will have a look. Any ideas on the best?

boredofmyoldname Sat 14-Oct-17 23:15:41

Friends of mine had the T3 triple pushchair for their 18 month old and newborn twins.

It was expensive but they loved it and used it until the twins were 3 then sold it on for a pretty decent price so was worth it.

It's a double jogger then the toddler seat clips onto the front so can be used as just a double too.

SP00KYLilBucket1 Sun 15-Oct-17 18:06:32

That pushchair looks great, I could use it if my eldest ever gets tired and have baby in a sling. Thank you.

NorthernLurker Sun 15-Oct-17 18:08:33

I knew somebody with three under two (twins and a baby) and she had a mountain buggy triple. It was too big for most doorways. She sold it and used a double and sling then a buggy board.

Whitelisbon Sun 15-Oct-17 18:12:15

I had the t3 triple mentioned above. It's like pushing a train, you turn a corner and knock people over on the other side of the street.
However, it's not particularly heavy, it's the same width as the baby jogger city mini double, and it's sturdy. It's almost the same size folded as it is up though.

genehuntswife Sun 15-Oct-17 18:14:11

I’m a childminder and have been using a t3 for years, it’s an awesome buggy

unicornsunshine Sun 15-Oct-17 18:18:26

Would a buggy board work on your double? My daughter was able to sit on ours if she needed a rest.

Juliecloud Sun 15-Oct-17 18:22:01

I used a single buggy for the middle one, the biggest one on a buggy board and the baby in a sling.

I also used a baby jogger city select. I had the two big kids in the buggy and the baby in a sling. Then i put the oldest one on a buggy board on the back of city select and the other 2 in the buggy.

sunshinemeadow Wed 25-Oct-17 11:26:07

What about the adventure buggy? x

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