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Store buggy outside
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Jammingmarg · 18/11/2017 22:48

Hiya, I have very little storage at home, no porch or hallway etc I have a 9month old and ttc #2. just now I put buggy in cupboard under the stairs but I have to take it apart to get it in. the cupboard is narrow and if I hit my head one more time I'm goin to brick over the door. So really could do with finding somewhere else to store it.
The frame of my door is high at the floor and there is stairs going down so really having then buggy indoors is a nightmare.

So with thoughts hopefully moving to a double buggy soon I'm wondering if anyone have solutions for keeps buggy outdoors.

I had thought of a metal shed type thing that could be by the back door but wondering if it would damp or potentially have spiders..

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Littleraincloud · 18/11/2017 22:57

I kept a buggy in a shed and it got damp. I'd be tempted to get a tandem, not fold it and fore go something else, e.g., don't get a Moses basket and just let baby sleep in carry cot for naps in the pram? That's if you have the space but don't hAve room for wasted space

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Jammingmarg · 18/11/2017 23:59

I don't have space to have it sat out. It would need to be collapsed, taken apart and crammed into the cupboard under the stairs. There is no where to store it at all!
I struggle to get my single out the door so dread trying to do it with a baby and toddler on board.

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DeffoJeffo · 19/11/2017 00:04

Do you have a car that you park close by? Always used to store mine in my boot!!

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Jammingmarg · 20/11/2017 23:48

I don't drive which is why buggy is very much needed!

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Littleraincloud · 22/11/2017 11:45

Hmm tricky. Do you have to have a buggy ? I found slings more convenient on the whole

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Littleraincloud · 22/11/2017 11:47

Sorry posted too soon. You could just have older child in the buggy and carry baby. Then as older child is old enough and baby is heavier use a buggy with a buggy board?

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Justbookedasummmerholiday · 22/11/2017 11:47

I had a huge double pram, left the frame outside and just took the top inside.
Some fucker stole it!!Angry
Think those garden plastic storage boxes are airtight though. Maybe check the measurements!!?!

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Jammingmarg · 23/11/2017 08:57

Yeh could look into garden storage.
I actual baby wear a bit but in the harsh winter or height of summer I don't want to expose baby then so will need buggy then!
Thanks for replying

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BoredOnMatLeave · 23/11/2017 09:02

I live in a 3rd floor flat with no lift so the pram is kept in the boot of the car at all times.. maybe an option?

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BoredOnMatLeave · 23/11/2017 09:03

oops sorry didn't read the thread!

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