Every parent wants their children especially babies to feel comfortable and safe. From pregnancy to childbirth, we want to give them the best and let them experience our pure love. One way of showing them our affection is through our loving touch. The gentle way of how we carry, massage and hold the baby is truly an act of love. We want our babies to be always protected and comfortable every where we go. With the use of a comfortable baby pram, we can securely travel with our baby.
Using a baby pram is very helpful. Sometimes we worry when we leave the baby at home with a babysitter while we are out buying something or meeting an important event. A baby pram is a great companion in times we need to travel or stroll with our baby. It is a great method of baby transport especially for newborn infant where they can lie down flat. In history the larger and heavier baby prams had become popular during the Victorian era then they were replaced by lighter and more flexible designs during the latter half of the 1900s. An early pram was developed by William Kent in 1733 when the Duke of Devonshire asked him to build a means of transportation that would carry his children.
Nowadays better baby pram has been developed with an excellent version. The picture above is one of the Wide variety of comfortable baby prams. It is a Bébécar Stylo which is a traditional chassis with a smooth sprung suspension system for a smooth, comfortable ride. What I like about the product is the added advantage of front steerable wheels that can be locked.The simplicity of the Easylock simple click system allows the Stylo to manoeuvre easily in an urban environment and equally well on tougher terrain. Eye contact between parent and baby is very important in the early months. The Bébécar Stylo is reversible which means that your little one can travel facing forwards allowing eye contact between parent and baby
I am very thankful to the makers of baby prams that it made the transport life of parent and baby easier, lighter, comfortable, and safe too.