|The Stingray R82|
At last in early May it arrived and it just looks like a sporty expensive pram. It has an oxygen holder which is wonderful as it will give us more space to store things. It came with a clear perspex tray and a lovely sun hood for walking. Faith fitted into it with such ease, she took to playing in the pram perfectly. Out came her little hands and grabbed her stacker cups and started poking the play dough. It is also good for food play. I can now push Faith around the house and out on to the deck. She feels more included and can play independently and I can show her what drawing is and so many other fun activities. She is supported in her body and there is a little head rest and tray for her feet to rest comfortably. She looks so big and long in it. It is a bit heavy to go down the stairs but when we are down it allows Faith see what is going on outside and be part of the world. I was so skeptical about this pram idea at the beginning but when I did some research and thought about the benefits to Faith and now how it has already helped her and we have only had it a few weeks. It does take time to adjust to this 'new world' of special needs and what it holds but this pram has brought Faith so much happiness by being more mobile and being able to play with her hands and learn more.