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i have a pixi pushchair which is yellow frame. it is in good condition butyou would need to buy a lapstrap as my son chewed it and i wouldnt give it with teeth marks
anyone who would require it please let me know
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(08-23-2011, 07:09 AM)jayne31 Wrote: i have a pixi pushchair which is yellow frame. it is in good condition butyou would need to buy a lapstrap as my son chewed it and i wouldnt give it with teeth marks
anyone who would require it please let me know

Hi Jayne,

If no one else wants this I would be interested, I know I am very new so I don't want to steal a march on an established poster.

My 3y/o daughter (who's the size of a 5y/o) has juvenile idiopathic arthritis and whilst she doesn't need a wheelchair she does need to ride more often than not when we are out. She is getting a bit big for our double buggy (Baby Jogger one) which is one of the tallest buggies on the market so I don't know what else to get but a SN pushchair.

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is it for a little little one or for an older child.
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Jayne,

Just thought I'd let you know we bought a SN pushchair (an EaSyS Jazz) which would suit my DD better. It's very kind of you to offer it up to people.
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is it for a little little one or for an older child.
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it is for a child between 4 and 8


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