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16/09/2008 at 22:21
I have now decided i am not to keen on the luna, even though i really like the colour of the pink one. I think it is the front wheels that put me off, I just dont like them. And I was also thinking more sensibly today that it wont fit in the citroen because we struggle to fit Hollie's pramette in the boot. And when the pramette is in that means the boot is chocka with no room for anything else.
I think it may be best to get a small stroller, which will be ideal to put in the car when I am with Ian, and also ideal for use on the buses when we go into town.
I quite like this buggy that i found, because it is lightweight and looks pretty which is what i wanted as it would be a change to the pramette which is quite dark:
Has anyone seen this buggy, and do they know if it is any good. It doesnt come with raincovers which is a bit annoying as i would have to buy thwm seperately. I'm not sure if this is made purely for littlewoods catalogue because i cant find it anywhere else.
17/09/2008 at 07:46
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17/09/2008 at 08:38
That sounds good then.
Well dont wanna cause a huge cat fight but i have 2 footmuffs im gonna sell.
Am gonna uploading the pics later and will post in the sale bit.
It wont be till later on today as im about to get riley ready then go shopping.
17/09/2008 at 10:09
Thanks Nicola and Mel, i will check those two out later when i get chance.
I think i would prefer a buggy with a footmuff as Hollie still sleeps in her buggy quite a bit so it would be nice for her to be cosy, especially with the winter coming. I dont drive yet, so it is important that it is warm for her as we are always out and about in all weathers.
17/09/2008 at 13:17
I think this is such a pretty buggy karen, and good value too.
These are lovely footmuffs and so cheap the top zips off for a really soft cosy liner too:
17/09/2008 at 19:52
hi karen, i was in the same situation as you just a couple of months ago.
we already had a universal footmuff, and went for this one. it comes with raincover too, and i cannot fault it. its so lightweight and very comfy. tara adores it too, as the footrest comes right up and she can shill.
hope you find the right buggy for you
04/06/2009 at 06:14
04/06/2009 at 19:51
04/06/2009 at 22:25
Must be on comission.They do look a bit naff TBH.We got something similar for Arthur when we were on holiday and needed a pushchair in a hurry.He sat in it twice and spent two years in the meter cupboard.The buggy that is not Arthur
Nearly bought one of those Lunas you just got Laura.I needed,okay I wanted a pram for Merlin cos our new house is walking distance from everywhere,and my old single is very very old.Ended up spending an indecent amount on a Silver Cross pram turns into a pushchair thingI like it lots.
Darren's fault,he started the spending thing,got a new telly.
05/06/2009 at 20:12
i ended up with a loola as i would only have a pink luna and andrew said no. but loola can face me so better in the long run, I LOVE them silver crosses they look soo soo nice, i had one on nursery plan in mothercrae when pregnant with jack but andrew was far too tall for them, my best mate is soo in love with the green circle one she is going to buy it and store it at her nans, even though theres no plans for a baby yet lol! what colour did you get?
05/06/2009 at 22:45
Mines navy blue,Tokyo Denim they call it,looks like dark blue denim.It just has a carrycot piece you put inside the main body of the pushchair,rather than a whole separate carrycot which he's only going to grow out of so quickly.At least the pushchair will last a while,and it folds like a buggy,so I can just stand it in the hallway when we're not using it.
We still have the big Graco tandem for when I have them all,but it's nice to have a decent pram for when it's just Merlin and me.
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