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should I buy a rear facing pushchair and if so which one?
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mrsbugsywugsy · 25/06/2013 17:35

I currently have a pliko pramette which I am using in pram mode. it also converts to a forward facing pushchair. Dd is six months old and is tiny for her age, so she still fits in the pram. She now prefers to sit upright, but I still really like having her facing me - especially now that she is more awake and I can chat to her as we walk along. She puts up with lying flat for now, but presumably I will have to swap her around before she gets too much bigger, or at least before she is able to sit up by herself and climb out Grin

so I would like a buggy with the option to sit upright but still be able to face me. It would also need to go on the bus occasionally and fit in the boot of a small car.

I don't have much spare cash so it would need to be very cheap -I'll almost certainly buy something second hand.

Does such a buggy exist? Or should I just stick with the pramette?

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BoraBora · 25/06/2013 17:37

I have the bugaboo bee, which is small and nimble and parent-facing. Should be able to pick one up second hand?

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TallulahBetty · 25/06/2013 17:37

Babystyle Oyster. Cannot recommend highly enough!

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TallulahBetty · 25/06/2013 17:38

Oh and I only have a small Polo and it fits in the boot fine.

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mrsbugsywugsy · 26/06/2013 18:19

thanks both, I will have a look on eBay and Gumtree for these

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