Published at Thursday, March 01st, 2018 - 02:34:28 AM. Baby Pram. By Charlotta Pouliquen.
The design of the classic pram was a four-spoke-wheeled wooden carriage with a handle. The handle was in front of the baby. This way, the little princess in the pram could be admired & seen by all while walking. This came to be known as the classic-style baby carriage.
History of pram - A pram is a baby transport designed like a four wheeled carriage and pushed by a person on foot. Short form of the British word perambulator, a pram is also known as baby carriage. A pram comes with a soft flat bottom which makes resting and lying down comfortable for your sleeping baby. A canopy that provides a half covering to the carriage keeps your baby safe from heat and dust during his outings. Designed with wheels, a pram makes transportation convenient. Developed in the 1800s, prams were known to people and associated with the aristocracy and high born during the Victorian era. The first pram was made of wicker in which the baby sat on it. However, with passing days, in the mid 1800s prams were redesigned to be pushed and pulled by the parents while the baby lay asleep. The common design of prams have varied through ages and redefined to suit the needs and comfort of parents and baby.
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