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ELC My First Pram

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Brand: ELC / Type: Baby Toy / Type: Dolls Prams

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      02.03.2012 21:53
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      ELC my first pram

      When her little brother was born my in laws bought my little girl a Baby Anabel doll so she could have a baby of her own and to get used to me having a new baby as well. Turns out we didn't need to worry as she absolutely loves her brother and loves her doll as well. She is always feeding it and changing it and kept on putting it in her little brothers pram so we thought a pram of her own would go down quite well and we were right. We bought this "my first pram" from The Early Learning Centre and it was quite reasonably priced at £24.99. The pram is nice and firmly and coloured pink with a blue handle and blue wheels and a pretty flowered hood cover. It's a bit plasticky looking but then it's just a toy and you don't want a really realistic one otherwise people would be fooled into using it for their real babies. The pram is quite light which I think is a good thing as you can pick it up and move it easily as it is quite a large toy to move around. It's not too light though that it will tip up so if you're giving it to someone who has just started walking it is quite sturdy for them. What I like about it is that it's the perfect height for your little ones to push around. My little girl always wanted to push my pram but could never reach the handle so when we're out for a walk she can push this one and is very happy. The sunshade moves up and down like it would on a real pram and it also comes with a blanket so your little one will love tucking in their dollies just like you do. According to the packaging the pram will fit dolls up to 46 cm so you can get quite big ones in there and it's quite roomy inside so we usually end up with toys, food and books in there too. A nice first pram for all budding wannabe mummies!

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