Review // Mamas & Papas Armadillo Dolls Pushchair

There is nothing I like more than a Mini version of something, given half the chance I would dress the kids in matching outfits to the Hubby and I.

Well I must not be alone as Mamas & Papas recreated their very sought after Armadillo Pushchair for kids to use with their toys too.

Although Addison has never been pushchair crazy (although she has her eye on stealing this one every day) Deacon loves them. I do not believe in Gender specified toys or colours so we were over the moon when we received the Mamas & Papas Armadillo Dolls Pushchair to put to the test.

It comes nearly all built, a simple click the wheels into place and you are ready to go, so perfect for Christmas morning.

Mamas & Papas Armadillo Junior Dolls Pushchair

I think this picture is all the review you need, look at that happy face. The pushchair is a little on the tall side for him at the moment, but Deacon is only 2. This pleases me as many Pushchairs Addison at 4 is already to tall for but this will last for years to come.

Mamas & Papas Armadillo Junior Dolls Pushchair Review

The Pushchair comes literally like a mini version of the main Armadillo, with front swivel wheels, reclining sear, comfortable EVA handle and a mesh under seat shopping basket. It even has the matching baby changing bag so they can have all their little toys ready for Dolly or usually Doggy in our house.

The handle height is generous at 66cm, it is aged at 4-8 year olds but as you can see Deacon at 2 is getting a ton of enjoyment out of it and this means it will be the toy that grows with them.

I just wish I had the Armadillo so I could have taken cute matching Pushchair shots.

I think this is the perfect gift for this Christmas and is available at most major retailers including Toys R Us.

How do you feel about boys having Pushchairs ?

 

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Kara Janelle, Plus Size Blogging Mama. Vintage Lover, Interiors Obsessed, Chair Crazed, Collector of Much remembering to Smile as it is the 2nd best thing you can do with your mouth.

  • Oh I love this. Aria would love this pushchair. Aww look at Deacon what a cutie. I think boys having pushchairs are perfectly natural. Dads push them after all so why not? My boys had them, but I did notice a huge difference on how they play with them. Aria is much more gentle and nurturing, the boys raced them about, but loved them just the same. Not saying that is how everyone would play with them, just my experience. x