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Excellent

AdvantagesExcellent price, folds for storage, comes with nappy bag, shopping basket underneath big wheels,

DisadvantagesNo mattress

...Introduction Our little boy is now three, and for his third birthday he asked his Grandma for a dolls pram to push his bunny rabbit Teddy around in. He's had this little bunny rabbit teddy since he was born and he carries it around everywhere and calls it his baby, so it seemed natural that he was going to put his Mr Bunny in the pram but we bought him a little boy doll to go in it just...

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Excellent

“Bargain Pram Arch”

published 02/05/2014

AdvantagesGender neutral, inexpensive, removeable toys, good quality

DisadvantagesNone

...I had been looking out for a pram arch to put on a chair that I picked up from a charity shop, which had originally had a toy bar that was missing when I bought it second hand. The ones I?d seen had cost around £15, more than the chair itself, so when I spotted this one in Toys R Us for £3.96, I snapped it up. A pram arch is deceptively named, as they can be placed anywhere really ? chairs, car...

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“Brio pram”

published 05/02/2013

AdvantagesLooks great, daughter loves it

DisadvantagesNone

...This year for Christmas my little girl received a baby Annabell from one of ehr aunties which is absolutely her favourite toy of all time. Her grandparents then knew that a baby doll need a baby pram and so they bought her this lovely Brio dolls pram. They like to spend a lot of money on my little girl and I think this pram was fairly expensive in the £60 region but it is really well made...

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