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16.01.13 Part Two: The wooden pram shopping edit

So I showed you Lola’s new wooden pram here yesterday. Here’s the best of the rest.

1.Wooden dolls pram (same as Lola’s but in ‘blue’, though looks a bit more purple to me!) £59.99 at Amazon

2. Pintoy Pink Pram £32.99 at Spotty Green Frog

3. Moulin Roty Wicker Pram £68 at Alex and Alexa

4. Moover wooden pram £64.95 at Lula Sapphire . Also available in red. (This was originally my first choice but when I saw it in a shop in person it is very small. Perfect for a 1 year old…maybe too small for a 3 year old?)

5. Minikane Pousette with black stars. Uber stylish! €50 at Laurette

6.  Moulin Roty Purple patterned wooden pushchair £80 at Alex and Alexa ( They also do a gorgeous pram version here.)

Ok, so one of them isn’t wooden but it was too darn cute not to include it. Have you ever seen a more perfect pushchair for little space inspired little boys and girls? There are not many pink ones on my list either as if you want pink you should  find them easily enough, well everywhere! A good option if you do want a luxury pink model is the Silver Cross Classic Pink Dolls Pram here.

So which is you favourite?

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15.01.13 wooden Dolls Pram for Lola : Part One

The search for our pram was not simple. I looked at many options because I didn’t want a pink one. It had to be a good height, sturdy, practical and beautiful. Voila! This is what we got.

After several trips out and a failed order of a different pram I’m pretty happy with the one we ended up with. The Elliot Wooden Pram via Amazon.

It’s gender neutral, stylish, sturdy and has wheels attached by one metal rod which means the wheels don’t keep coming unscrewed as with our last wooden pram we had for Kitty. I reckon you could fit 8 or so dolls/teddies for those days when only handfuls of toys will suffice. It has no blankets or pillows which suits me fine but it would probably be fun to make one with your own fabric of choice if you were feeling crafty…or just buy/use a pram blanket. It came already together with just the handle to attach. That’s my kind of DIY.

I think the Maileg bunnies are happy. The big bunny we got new from Alex and Alexa. We put her the pram ready for when she opened it on Christmas day.

Though I think I love her more than Lola does.

This is definitely one to keep for the grand kids.

Part Two tomorrow: My edited list of the best wooden pushchairs/prams out there.

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