A pram or stroller is one of the more significant baby purchases we
Often, parents want it to last through more than one child, so often
we’ll pay top dollar for well designed
baby carriages that will go the distance.
To protect this investment, we want to keep them looking good
for as long as possible – all it takes is a smeared soggy biscuit or
toileting accident to make a pram look dirty and unkempt, not to
mention the wrangling of getting the covers off for a good wash.
in chic designer fabrics that not only protect
the pram and keep bub warm or cool depending on the season, they
individualise plain-looking prams and provide a little extra padding.
The funky pram liners are removable for washing, and
reversible, with plush swirl chenille on one side, and printed cotton
on the other. Flip it over it to suit the season, or to hide a stain
in a hurry.
Available in a wide range of fabrics, there are florals, animals,
stripes, birds and damask, as well as a Dick and Jane print, all backed
in co-ordinating chenille in cream or navy.
The stroller pads fit all kinds of prams with 5 point harnesses and can
even be used as an emergency
change pad should
the need arise.
I can’t imagine using any of my prams without a liner
of some kind (yes, I’m a hopeless pram tragic).
It’s fun to be able to change them around, giving
each pram a different look, and when baby drops food, I don’t panic at
US$69 each, plus shipping, from Canadian company myMonkeymoo,
who also make matching pram blankets for
those super-chilly days.