Babyology’s most popular posts of 2011!

We’ve had some huge posts in 2011 and we’ve rounded up the top ten to show show exactly what Babyologists were most inspired by! It seems pram reign supreme at Babyology, but which ones? You’ll just have to click through to find out!

1. News flash – Bugaboo Donkey – double pram of your dreams!

Bugaboo Donkey Kind + Jugend

Despite first being published in September 2010, our massive Bugaboo Donkey announcement continued to be read and re-read by Babyologists, making it our number one post for 2011! The interest generated by this superb feat of engineering has eclipsed anything we’ve ever written about previously.

2. Bunk extravaganza – the best double bunk beds on the planet!

Another post from 2010 endured as one of our most-read articles – our amazing bunk bed extravaganza, showcasing the best around the globe in double sleeping arrangements. I can think of quite a few more I’d like to add to this piece now!

3.  The Magic Tree – making a comeback with Vulli!

It’s the old tug of the heart strings which make retro toys some of our most popular on Babyology, and when the amazing Vulli Magic Tree was re-released, thousands of you flocked to read all about it. It’s an oldie but a goodie and it seems to all agree!

4.  Babyology Exclusive – Mima Kobi and Xari to launch in Australia April 2011!

pram double twin

The news of a brand new space-age-style designer pram is enough to send any Babyologist into a tizz and our exclusive news in March, about the Mima Kobi double pram and Xari single pram had the cyber waves abuzz with excitement!

5.  Bugaboo meets Missoni – pricing for Australia!

missoni prams cameleon bee

We all love the Bugaboo Meets Missoni Bee and Cameleon prams and it seems you were all dying to know how much these ultimate-designer-collaboration prams would cost in Australia.

6.  Brand new Mylo and Urbo Prams from Mamas And Papas

The stunning Mamas & Papas Mylo and Urbo prams have remained a hit with Babyologists since we first announced them! This post is our number six most popular post for 2011 – surely lots of people researching their first pram to buy.

7.  Come meet the Bugaboo Donkey with us for the first time

Our fabulous Managing Editor Mandi had the trip of a lifetime in May to visit Bugaboo headquarters in Amsterdam, just so she could show you the Bugaboo Donkey in action for the very first time. This exclusive peek inside Bugaboo HQ thrilled you all and this post has remained a high-hit article for those thirsting for Bugaboo knowledge.

8.  Pre-order Maxi Cosi Mico + Complete Air now!

maxi cosi mico hire

In a country where there is relatively little exciting news on the child car seat and baby capsule front, the Maxi Cosi Mico capsule and Complete Air car seat release was a huge deal. Parents had been waiting for years, for the arrival of this renowned European brand and did us proud by pre-ordering them in the thousands. The arrival of maxi Cosi in Australia has been a boon for both car safety and style for our children.

9.  Update – pricing for the Mima Xari and Kobi prams!

double pram

With the Mima Kobi and Xari prams announcement being our number four top post, it’s little wonder Australian parents were sweating the pricing of them!

10.  Designer Bunk Beds from DucDuc

Bunk beds continue to captivate your imaginations and this one by DucDuc is one of our most-read posts, despite being four-and-a-half years old! It looks like this elusive brand should make its way to Australia once and for all!

We hope you’ve enjoyed our top ten posts for 2011 – we can’t wait to see what’s in store for 2012! As we always have new parents being welcomed into the Babyology fold, please check out our amazing pram, cot and highchair Choosers, which take all the hard work out of choosing those big ticket items!

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