Mum says what everyone's thinking about prams being used as a status symbol
A mother of one from Cornwall, UK, has hit out at the world of “pram snobbery” and the pressure to buy expensive parenting products.
In a Facebook post, Gylisa Jayne vented her frustration at the expensive price tags attached to many prams on sale in high street stores. Jayne says her excitement for having a baby was shattered when she went shopping for prams when she was pregnant.
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“When you see the price that they are charging for a baby carrier, your excitement for the future literally drops