If you’re like most parents, you’re looking to get a bang for your buck when purchasing all things baby and child-related. One of the most common questions we get is “how can I make my pram more than a pram?”.
In other words, parents are looking for ways to make their prams a multipurpose item that helps make life just that bit easier. In today’s article, we have a look at the top 10 pram accessories that parents all over the world are raving about. Even if you are seeking a lightweight stroller, like this one, that doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice accessories.
Read on to find out more!
The last thing you want is to be navigating your pram with one hand and trying to switch to the next song on your phone in the other. Thankfully, pram accessories have evolved to meet our increase in demand for all things tech-related. The Dreambaby Ez-Fit phone holder was made to make your life just that much simpler. Whilst texting and driving prams is by no means advised, this phone holder is incredibly helpful when walking and listening to music or taking calls on the go.
What is a walk to the park without a fresh juice or latte? Thanks to the variety of cup holders now available as pram accessories, you no longer have to steer a heavy pram with one hand whilst trying to balance your coffee cup with another. These simple cup holders are the ideal solution for anyone who enjoys a warm drink on a cold day out with your baby.
Sick and tired of fishing through a bunch of random items in your pram when you’re looking for something? Behold the pram organiser. Pram organisers are basically a compartmentalised handbag for your pram, allowing you to store items such as your phone, water bottle, keys and snacks in easy reach.
Stroller Net Bags
Grocery shopping is part and parcel of daily parental rituals, and sometimes you just need to load up on juice, cereal or apples whilst you are out with your baby. Net bags are incredibly helpful tools that allow you to purchase your groceries and hang them off your pram. They can also be folded away when not in use, allowing you to keep it in your handbag or backpack at all times.
For those who are looking to do a larger shop, the pram shopping buggy is a godsent. This is essentially a shopping cart for the pram and has its own wheels that are able to handle the weight of a full grocery shop. Say goodbye to making multiple trips to the store and hello to your sturdy shopping buggy that is here to save the day.
Pram toys are essential for keeping your little one entertained and occupied during your walks. The last thing you want is a screaming baby in the middle of a store, and stroller toys are the best way to keep your little one entertained. They are often inexpensive and easily attach to prams making them a total lifesaver!
Pram Safety Light
Pram safety lights are in our opinion, an absolute must for the safety of both mum/dad and baby. As the day grows darker, LED pram safety lights illuminate and provide a great way to ensure that you can see and be seen by other pedestrians, cars and bicycles when walking or crossing roads.
For the mum or dad who loves a bit of style, pram liners are a fantastic way to give your pram a little makeover without spending too much money. Pram liners also double up as protection against spill and mess, just in case your little one spills their juice or god forbid, throws up in the pram.
Let’s be real – everyone hates mosquitoes. They are annoying and they can spread disease, which is why a mosquito net for your pram is such a great accessory. These cheap handy insect nets protect your little one from mosquitoes, flies and other insects whilst allowing air to circulate.
Last but not least, snooze shades are the ideal pram accessory that allow your baby to take a nap whilst protected from the sun’s rays and blinding light. For babies who love to take a little nap whilst on a walk with mum and dad, this is the best thing you could get!
We hope that this article has introduced you to some of the most popular pram accessories that are being used by parents all over the world!
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