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Not Quite October yet Pushchair Shed

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FlyMeToDunoon · 29/09/2009 14:19

Hello and welcome!

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5inthebed · 29/09/2009 20:04

It is all sad and lonely sitting there in the box. Might have to open it tomorrow.


scattykatty · 29/09/2009 20:09

You may as well have a push for a week, a week old spitfire won't exactly sell for much less than a new one!


maxybrown · 29/09/2009 20:12

sell it 5in whilst it is new. You will only kick yourself. Put it on ebay TONIGHT!!!!


mumofdjandbabies · 29/09/2009 20:19



FlyMeToDunoon · 29/09/2009 20:19

Sell, sell!

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thisisyesterday · 29/09/2009 20:23

hello all you pushchairy people.
much as i hate to admit it i think i may have a pushchair fetish

anyway, i am very lucky in that DP has agreed that i can buy the new stroll-air my duo from america

so now i need to decide between the red and black! which would you choose?
i like the red, he likes the black. he reckons black will be more popular so maybe a better choice in case i hate it and want to sell it... what do you reckon??


FlyMeToDunoon · 29/09/2009 20:49

Ooh off to google. Or do you have a link?

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FlyMeToDunoon · 29/09/2009 20:50

Ok- Black!
Folds thisisyesterday into the pushchair shed club mwahhahahaha!

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5inthebed · 29/09/2009 21:00

Oh it looks like a M&P Ziko Herbie! Its lovely. I'd go for black, not many people like red prams.

Spitfire on Ebay


thisisyesterday · 29/09/2009 21:02

ooh dammit you aren't supposed to agree with dp!


i have a bebe confort twin club up on ebay atm if anyone is after one too


nicolamumof3 · 29/09/2009 21:07

whatever it is black, i just don't like red prams sorry.

yay go for it 5in!


5inthebed · 29/09/2009 21:07

Are you getting the double then? Just re-read your previous post. That'll turn a few heads. It's lovely. Did you want the red I take it?


thisisyesterday · 29/09/2009 21:08

yes, the double one. unfortunately they aren't released until November, so prob won't get it til beginning of december which is forever away


thisisyesterday · 29/09/2009 21:11

yes, i fancy something bright and cheerful! lol

but maybe black is best... hmmm


5inthebed · 29/09/2009 21:11

Its not that far. How old are your DC?


scattykatty · 29/09/2009 21:12

Crimewatch made me cry Some people are sick


5inthebed · 29/09/2009 21:13

I had to turn it over SK, I can't watch stuff like that. Makes me sad for days.


scattykatty · 29/09/2009 21:16

It's horrible. I've turned over but now watching Cold Case which will no doubt give me horrible nightmares like last week [blush

Have you unpacked the spitfire?


thisisyesterday · 29/09/2009 21:16

22 months and 3 months


5inthebed · 29/09/2009 21:19

Forgot Cold Case was on, I was watching Dont Tell The Bride. Put Cold Case on Now.

Lovely ages! They will fit lovely in their new pram. I like red prams, so I'd get red

No, Spitfire still all boxed up.


nicolamumof3 · 29/09/2009 21:20

lovely age gap thisis, i have the same ds2 is now 3yr 9m and ds3 is 2yr 2m really nice and close they are.


scattykatty · 29/09/2009 21:25

Oh yeah saw it on ebay, hope it sells well, that could be a nice profit 5in

I would like 2.6 but part of me loves DS having all my love and time.


thisisyesterday · 29/09/2009 21:28

that's good to know nicola!

mine are ds's 2 and 3 as well! my eldest is 5 in feb, how old's yours?


5inthebed · 29/09/2009 21:28

I doubt it will sell for what I want tbh.

Still not sure if I want to sell it or not, but I want a BJCM, and this is the only way

Will need a footmuff and raincover if I do get one.


scattykatty · 29/09/2009 21:38

Well you paid £165 right, so that's a fair bit of room and BJCM on boots is £140 Happy Days!

Get a Pupabag, I love mine at the moment, so cosy and nice.

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