Daily life, advice and reviews from an everyday mummy.

When dude was born, my mum kindly bought the pram. Unfortunately there was a design flaw with it and so I bought another. And from here is where my pram addiction spiralled!
In total I think I had 6 or 7 different prams until he could walk most places.
Then bear came along… I had a perfectly good pram in a truffle brown colour however I sold this and bought the exact same one in blue! Yes crazy i know! This pram I have used for the last 8.5 months. It’s the Mamas and Papas Sola and is brilliant. Only downside it can be difficult as a quick put up pram as it is heavy.

So in November we took a trip to Disneyland Paris and I decided we needed something smaller to take. Yes we have a decent stroller in the garage but I felt bear was too young for this. So I invested in what will hopefully be my last ever pram! (Haha! I do love the look of the armadillo flip though 😜)

This is the Mamas and Papas armadillo in blue fizz.


It reclines flat which is great for when bear is sleeping. Has a large basket underneath which you can get to from all sides. The hood is very large! Which is great either on a windy day or when the sun is shining!
I’ve had dude sit in this pram back in December at disneyland, he was 3.8 years and he fitted fine and it was still easy to push!!
It folds really small and can be easily carried with one hand so ideal for bus journeys and things.
I really do love this pram but I just wished I had a waited a little while for the armadillo flip which is parent facing aswell as bear is still so young and I like to have him facing me.


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