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Re: baby carriage

Postby Mr.Albert » Tue Feb 13, 2018 8:45 pm

Hi, OP! I am also going to become a father soon. Actually, it will happen in less than a month. Both my beloved and I are very thrilled about it. We decided to buy several push-chairs. We will use the first push-chair up to the age when our baby angel will be able to sit. I think you need to choose the one where he will be able to lie and sleep comfortably. You need to pay much attention to the wheels. They need to suit the roads you're going walk with a push-chair. When our baby will learn to sit, we want to use a push-chair where he will sit. Some parents buy a push-chair that can transform, but I don't think it's a good idea.

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Re: baby carriage

Postby Orlando » Sun Mar 11, 2018 11:05 am

it is a very good thing and i think that it would help you really very much in it, of course i do not know which one you would choose but you know at home it would help you very much because you would be abele to do everything about the households, i think that you understand what i am talking about, you would be able to cook food with the child and you would not worry about him or her, i think that it is easier for you, but you know i think that you shall choose such a carriage which would be comfortable and good for the child's health, i think that it is very important.

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Re: baby carriage

Postby Ford » Wed Mar 14, 2018 12:03 pm

I am more than agree with Adam that if you travel frequently, the stroller should be maneuverable and easy to shape. Usually, the parents are changed three carriages until the child grows up, so many prefer multi-function models. Carrycot or seat. You must have a hard back and a solid bottom, so as not to damage the spine. Strollers size is determined by the width of the wheels. Consider whether the stroller fit in the hall. Wheels. Their size depends on the functionality and maneuverability of a carriage. These are raincover, hood, mosquito nets, footrest, bag, shopping cart, and other details are very important also for the comfort of our baby!

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Re: baby carriage

Postby Herbert » Wed May 09, 2018 6:05 am

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Such desires distract you from your global, strategic goal - to achieve happiness. For example, you did not go to sports today (or meditate), but stayed at home and drank beer, because you really wanted it. Beer does not give anything except temporary pleasure, for which you still have to pay.

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Re: baby carriage

Postby Ralph » Fri Jun 01, 2018 11:11 am

I do this in my last articles, for those who are observant, it becomes obvious that such analytical articles, unlike technical and informational articles, no longer give the abundance of answers that I fed you earlier. Now I urge you to think on your own, I turn to a new stage in my teaching people to be strong, independent and aware. Of course, I will write technical and informational articles, the knowledge we need from you, the experience of other people and the achievements of the past, are of great value for us, from the point of view of using this information to form our own experience.

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Re: baby carriage

Postby lenny » Mon Aug 13, 2018 8:03 pm

During this period, it can already be turned over independently. Some at this age try to sit on the Pope. Crawl on the floor or crib on your tummy. Trying to get back on their feet. It is very important to hold the baby by the armpits and teach him to walk. In order to train the muscles of the legs and rid it in the future from flat feet and "Bouncing" while walking. The child can already clearly identify his close people from strangers. 8-)

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