20. Baby Triplets. Bring, bring

Глагол to bring

Неправильный глагол to bring представляет большой интерес для изучающих английский язык, поскольку помимо обилия значений и «нескучной» грамматики, характерной для большинства неправильных глаголов, он может предложить обилие фразовых глаголов и устойчивых выражений, созданных на его основе.

Значения

приносить

Jerry, bring my bag here, please!

Джерри, принеси мою сумку сюда, пожалуйста!

приводить с собой

I’m afraid Alice will bring her boyfriend to the party next week. He is a very unpleasant man.

Боюсь, Элис приведет своего парня с собой на вечеринку на следующей неделе. Он – очень неприятный мужчина.

привозить, доставлять

When are you going to bring my parcel here?

Когда вы собираетесь доставить сюда мою посылку?

вызывать, быть причиной

Your careless behaviour will bring you a lot of problems.

Твое беспечное поведение вызовет для тебя много проблем.

доводить до чего-либо

Bring milk to the boil.

Доведите молоко до кипения.

приводить в действие, вводить в действие

Then you should bring the device in action by pushing this button .

Затем вам следует привести прибор в действие, нажав на эту кнопку.

приносить доход, прибыль

This stock will bring you good profit.

Эти акции принесут вам хорошую прибыль.

предъявлять доказательства

Can you bring a real proof instead of only gossips?

Вы можете предъявить реальные доказательства, а не просто слухи?

Как видно из приведенной выше таблицы, большинство значений глагола to bring – это варианты его базового значения «приносить, приводить, доставлять».

Грамматические особенности

Глагол to bring, будучи довольно распространенным в английской речи, принадлежит к числу неправильных глаголов, а это свидетельствует о том, что его основные формы образуются не согласно правилам, а своим собственным путем и требуют запоминания. Эти три формы приведены в таблице ниже. Обратите особое внимание на их произношение:

the Infinitive (инфинитив, начальная форма)

the Past Simple Tense (прошедшее простое время)

the Past Participle (причастие прошедшего времени)

to bring [ br ɪ ŋ ]

brought [ br ɔː t ]

brought [ br ɔː t ]

This action is going to bring us to a great disaster, I suppose. / Это действие приведет нас к большой катастрофе.

Yesterday Mary took a stray dog from the street and brought it home. / Вчера Мэри взяла с улицы бродячую собаку и привела ее домой.

Those sticks were brought into the garden by the children. / Те палки были принесены в сад детьми.

В следующей таблице представлены все временные формы глагола to bring
в активном залоге.

Simple

Continuous

Perfect

Perfect Continuous

Present

bring / brings

Nancy always brings her dog with her everywhere she goes. / Нэнси всегда приводит с собой свою собаку, куда бы она не пошла .

am / is / are bringing

Are you really bringing your parents to the party with you? / Ты действительно ведешь с собой на вечеринку своих родителей?

have / has brought

Our daughter has brought this puppy from the street. Now we’ll have to adopt it. / Наша дочь принесла этого щенка с улицы. Теперь нам придется взять его.

have / has been bringing

Helen has been bringing all the stray animals home for two years. Then she tries to find good owners for them. /
Хелен вот уже два года приносит домой всех бродячих животных. Потом она старается найти для них хороших хозяев.

brought

Last week Terry brought very good news. / На прошлой неделе Терри принес очень хорошие новости.

was / were bringing

Emily was bringing flowers to the monument when I saw her. / Эмили несла цветы к памятнику, когда я увидел ее.

had brought

By the time James went to the patisserie, Tom had already brought the cake home. / К тому времени, как Джеймс пошел в кондитерскую, Том уже принес домой торт.

had been bringing

When I met Ann she had been bringing mess into the work of the company for many months. / Когда я познакомился с Энн, она на протяжении многих месяцев вносила беспорядок в работу компании.

Future

will bring

James will bring us all the necessary equipment. / Джеймс принесет нам все необходимое оборудование.

will be bringing

I think this time tomorrow I will be bringing my washing to the laundry. / Я думаю, в это же время завтра я буду относить мое белье в прачечную.

will have brought

By the time you only arrive at the patisserie, Tom will already have brought the cake home. /К тому времени, как ты только прибудешь к кондитерской, Том уже принесет домой торт.

will have been bringing

Next month Helen will have been bringing home one stray animal a week for half a year. / В следующем месяце будет уже полгода с тех пор как Хелен приносит домой по одному бродячему животному раз в неделю.

Переходность глагола to bring, представляющая собой возможность его употребления с прямым дополнением, свидетельствует также о его способности образовывать формы страдательного залога Passive Voice.

Simple

Continuous

Perfect

Perfect Conti-nuous

Present

am /is/are brought

A newspaper is brought to you every morning. / Газету тебе приносят каждое утро.

am /is/are being brought

Your parcel is being brought here right now. / Твою посылку несут сюда прямо сейчас.

have / has been brought

This bag has been brought here by James. I think he may be looking for it. / Эта сумка принесена сюда Джеймсом. Думаю, он, возможно, ищет ее.

Past

was / were brought

That news was brought by my brother. / Та новость была принесена моим братом

was / were being brought

My parcel was being brought to my house when I went to the post office to take it. /Мою посылку уже несли ко мне домой, когда я пошел на почту, чтобы забрать ее.

had been brought

You are wrong. That bag had been brought here before James went in. / Ты не прав. Ту сумку принесли сюда до того, как вошел Джеймс.

Future

will be brought

Your parcel will be brought to your office tomorrow morning. / Ваша посылка будет доставлена в ваш офис завтра утром.

will have been brought

Be careful! By the time you arrive at work, a strange bag will have been brought to your office. /Будьте осторожны! К тому времени, как вы прибудете на работу, странную сумку уже принесут к вам в офис.

Фразовые глаголы

t o bring up

воспитать, вырастить

James was brought up by Catholic parents.

Джеймс был воспитан католическими родителями.

to bring about

вызвать, стать причиной

Weather changes can bring some discomfort about.

Перемены погоды могут стать причиной недомогания.

to bring back

принести обратно, вспоминать, воскресить в памяти

Let this story bring us back to the times of the Victorian England.

Пусть эта история отнесет нас обратно во времена викторианской Англии.

to bring away

производить впечатление; вынести

I was brought away by that film.

Я был под впечатлением от того фильма.

to bring down

снижать, сбивать

We should try to bring the temperature of the room down.

Нам следует попробовать снизить температуру в помещении.

to bring together

сблизить, свести вместе

That misfortune brought them together.

Эта беда сблизила их.

to bring under

освоить, подчинить

It’s not so easy to bring all those people under.

Не так просто подчинить себе всех этих людей.

to bring along

воспитывать, способствовать, развитию, развивать

The government should bring the light industry along.

правительству следовало бы развивать легкую промышленность.

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to bring to

привести в сознание

Jack was brought to in the hospital.

Джека привели в сознание в больнице.

to bring around

привести в чувства; сопроводить; изменить мнение о чем/ком-либо

The interpreter had to bring the tourists around everywhere they went.

Переводчику приходилось сопровождать туристов везде, куда бы они ни пошли.

to bring forth

вызвать, произвести, породить

Those gossips were brought forth by Ann’s neighbours.

Те слухи были порождены соседями Энн.

to bring off

закончить с успехом, спасти

The operation was successfully brought off.

Операция была успешно завершена.

to bring out

обнаружить, высказать

That opinion was brought out by some people in the audience.

То мнение было высказано некоторыми людьми в аудитории.

to bring forward

выдвинуть

The Republican party brought forward a new candidate.

Республиканская партия выдвинула нового кандидата.

to bring on

навлечь, вызвать

Your actions can bring the anger of the boss on.

Твои действия могут навлечь на нас гнев начальника.

to bring in

вносить, вводить, импортировать

It is not profitable for this country to bring in many agricultural products.

Этой стране не выгодно импортировать многие сельскохозяйственные продукты.

to bring over

переубеждать, привлечь на свою сторону

His opinion is extremely important for us. We have to bring him over.

Его мнение чрезвычайно важно для нас. Мы должны привлечь его на свою сторону.

to bring through

подготовить к экзамену, вылечить

My sister is going to bring me through the exam.

Моя сестра собирается подготовить меня к экзамену.

Устойчивые выражения

Помимо такого изобилия фразовых глаголов, глагол to bring лег в основу многих идиом и устойчивых выражений, таких как:

to bring legal actions against

возбудить против кого-либо дело

The police brought against them legal actions.

Полиция возбудила против них дело.

to bring up on a bottle

вскармливать (ребенка) искусственно

Mary’s second child was brought up on a bottle.

Второй ребенок Мери был на искусственном вскармливании.

to bring somebody to grips with something

усложнить кому-то жизнь чем-либо

Angela knows how to bring men to grips with her bad temper.

Энджела знает, как своим дурным нравом усложнять мужчинам жизнь.

to bring in guilty

вынести обвинительный приговор

The jury brought him in guilty.

Присяжные вынесли ему обвинительный приговор.

to bring to mould

предавать земле

The mortal remains of the famous poet were brought to mould.

бренные останки известного поэта были преданы земле.

Кроме приведенных выше существует масса других выражений с глаголом to bring, полный перечень которых вы сможете найти в словаре.

Надеемся, что употребление глагола to bring в речи отныне не вызовет у вас трудностей.

The Triplet Stars of ‘Baby Geniuses’ Now Shine in the Rink

BEMIDJI, Minn. — Once in a while, when school is out and the hockey-playing Fitzgerald triplets are home in Port Alberni, British Columbia, on Vancouver Island, friends will text them that one of their movies is on television.

They usually ignore it.

Long before Gerry, Leo and Myles Fitzgerald played hockey here for Bemidji State University, they were child actors who appeared in two major studio films: “Baby Geniuses,” released in 1999 and starring Kathleen Turner and Christopher Lloyd, and a 2004 sequel featuring Jon Voight.

They remember almost nothing about the first movie, which came out when they were curly-haired 5-year-olds, and a bit more about the sequel. But they have not watched either in years, mainly out of embarrassment. Think of your parents breaking out the childhood home movies on prom night.

“It’s been on TV a couple of times back at home,” Gerry said. “We just kind of skip right through it.”

Critics panned “Baby Geniuses,” about supersmart toddlers communicating in their own language, for an over-the-top script and awkward computer-generated special effects. (The Fitzgeralds took turns playing twins.) One scene appeared to feature Gerry in a white disco suit dancing like Tony Manero, John Travolta’s character in “Saturday Night Fever.” A stunt double did the dancing, with Gerry’s head superimposed in postproduction.

In The New York Times, Janet Maslin began her review of the movie with this: “One way to get through ‘Baby Geniuses’ is to think about whether it really is the worst movie you’ve ever seen. Probably not, but pretty darn close.” Roger Ebert called it one of the worst movies of 1999.

When “Superbabies: Baby Geniuses 2” wrapped, so did the Fitzgeralds’ big-screen careers.

“They did those two movies, and in between they were typical little boys,” their mother, Janet Fitzgerald, said in a telephone interview from Port Alberni. “Their love was hockey from the day they put skates on when they were like 5 years old. Hockey was their passion. Acting was definitely not their passion.”

Although undersize — Leo is 5 feet 9 inches, Gerry 5-8 and Myles 5-7 — the Fitzgeralds formed such a prolific forward line through junior hockey that they were twice traded as a unit. Their wish to attend college together brought them to Bemidji State, a Division I program in the north woods of Minnesota that made an unexpected run to the Frozen Four in 2009.

Now juniors, the 23-year-old triplets have combined for 15 goals for the 20th-ranked Beavers (16-9-3 over all), who lead the Western Collegiate Hockey Association standings by 9 points and seek their first N.C.A.A. tournament berth since 2020.

Research by Bemidji State officials turned up only one other set of triplets on the same college team: Brian, Craig and Glenn Seabury of the University of Massachusetts Lowell from 1989-90.

“In junior hockey, you could just see it — they were rink rats,” Bemidji State Coach Tom Serratore said of the Fitzgeralds. “Those are the kind of guys you want on your team because you never have to motivate them. We really wanted those guys, and we worked on them for a while.”

Serratore mostly kept the Fitzgeralds on the same line their first two seasons, with Myles at left wing, Leo at center and Gerry on right wing. The Beavers captain, Charlie O’Connor, described them as “three fireballs on the ice at once, kind of like three Tasmanian devils.”

But this season Serratore, seeking better offensive balance, moved Myles off the line and installed the senior Brendan Harms on left wing with Leo and Gerry. That line has accounted for 19 of Bemidji State’s 66 goals.

Hockey players can be cruel teasers, and Harms said the Fitzgeralds still took occasional needling about the movies. Serratore, though, has never shown either film on the team bus. For that, the triplets are grateful.

“I’m surprised they haven’t, I’ll be honest,” Leo said. “In juniors they put it on once, and we were pretty embarrassed at the time. We were around 17 years old. They razzed us a little bit, nothing crazy.”

The story of how the Fitzgeralds landed in Hollywood might make a better movie than the ones they appeared in.

Janet Fitzgerald said her sister thought the boys were adorable and urged her to submit photos to a Vancouver talent agency. So she did. A few weeks later, the agency invited them to a casting call in Vancouver for “Baby Geniuses.” The producers sought triplets or twins for the two leading toddler roles.

“We went to the audition and thought nothing would happen,” she said. “But the boys got called back for another interview and audition, and they got the part.”

Five months of filming in Southern California followed. (The sequel was shot in Vancouver.) Their mother said that Turner and her co-star Dom DeLuise were wonderful with the boys, and that she still kept in touch with Jimmy Wagner, a so-called Hollywood baby wrangler who helped the boys learn their dialogue. Gerry remembers rehearsing lines for the second film with Voight in the star’s trailer.

“I didn’t even know who he was at the time,” Gerry said. “I wasn’t very good at it because I was 7 years old, 8 years old. But looking back, it was pretty cool he kind of did that. I got the opportunity to sit down with Jon Voight, a pretty big star.”

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But hockey quickly consumed them. Leo took it up first, following their older brother Sheldon, and Gerry and Myles soon joined in. Their mother said she only recently repaired the broken windows and smashed stucco on their house, caused by thousands of pucks sailing high and wide of the net that the boys set up in their carport. She declined to identify the son who destroyed a living room window with a poorly aimed slap shot from the road.

“Our parents asked us if we wanted to keep trying the acting thing or play hockey,” Myles said. “Obviously, we all wanted to play hockey. We were so young at the time to make a decision, but hockey is where we wanted to focus.”

At Bemidji State, it did not take long for teammates and coaches to figure out how to tell the Fitzgeralds apart. (Leo and Myles are identical and Gerry is fraternal, their mother said.) Leo is the tallest, the only left-handed shot, and prefers a clear face shield on his helmet; the others wear the wire-cage style.

Sitting for an interview at the Sanford Center, Bemidji State’s home rink, the Fitzgeralds subtly differentiated themselves. Leo and Gerry wore Bemidji hockey ball caps, Leo with the brim facing forward, Gerry’s backward. Myles sported a Minnesota Twins cap.

“When they first came in, when I first saw them, it was kind of tough to tell who was who,” Harms said. “But once you get to know them, they’ve got three different personalities, three completely different guys. Leo is the most outgoing, for sure. Myles is a little bit quiet, and he’s the smallest one, too. Gerry and Leo are a little similar.”

The Beavers do not score a lot, instead relying on team defense and the standout junior goalie Michael Bitzer. Bemidji State leads Division I in scoring defense at 1.79 goals allowed per game, and penalty killing at 90 percent.

“Everyone knows their roles,” Leo said. “We all come to the rink and want to work. We know what we’ve got to do to win games.”

August Babyberries: Singlets, Triplets and Twins

Last Updated January 7th, 2020

By Linda Rosenkrantz

This month, in addition to a by-now-expected goldmine of gorgeously creative individual August baby names, we have two pairs of twins and one set of triplets:

A preponderance of boys this month, some of them with particularly adventurous names, including Boone, Hawk, Jericho, Johnson and Theron—as well as girls named Channing and Belline.

We also noticed many more consonant-starting names than usual: could be coinc >

Girls

“When we saw an ultrasound picture of her little face, we knew she was an Audrey. I’ve been in love with the name Juliet for years, and Sophia is after my husband’s sister. We wanted a name that felt classy and sophisticated and we are very happy with our choice!”

Belline Louise

Channing Klein

Daisy Ryan, sister of Raven

Eva Celeste, sister of Anna Sofia

Ivy Juliette, twin of May Vivienne, sister of Anna Rose

“Louise: as we liked a classic name, we thought it would suit our princess, a name to fit our very Dutch last name, easy on the ears in international context, complementing her big brothers names/same styles, a name that is not in the Top 50 in our country at the moment.” For more on her middle names, check the Birth Announcement forum.

May Vivienne, twin of Ivy Juliette, sister of Anna Rose

Sofia Neve, sister of Maxim Arthur

BOYS

“We decided on Angelo fairly quickly. My mother-in-law is Italian, hence the Italian sound. And Angelo is a name I’ve loved since I was a teenager. We were a bit concerned that the connection to the angel Gabriel would be too strong, but in the end I decided to follow my heart and just use the name I love. And yes, it’s deliberate the connection.”

“All three given names are family names to honor different sides of our families. And while we gave Daphne just one middle name, we are thinking this may be our last baby, so Boone received one extra so we could cover our bases.”

Breslin John

“Holden was named after the protagonist of “Catcher in the Rye.” DH is a big fan of the book and he sneakily started calling our baby Holden during the last few months of my pregnancy. It worked—when I met our little guy no other name fit. Good thing I love it!”

“John was converted into Johnson, because not only is Johnson still honoring the John in his family, it’s honoring my family too, because Johnson is my maiden name…(oh, yeah, and now all my kids have NNs that all have four letters: Jeff, Gray, Kate, and Tuck! How cute!)”

Nolan Eli, brother of Milo Randall

“Bound to bring our family luck, Stellan rounds out our sibset with yet another 7 letter first name!”

“His middle name is an old family name in honor of my dad, who doesn’t have any sons, and his first name was inspired by many famous Theodores and applauded by my fellow Berries.”

Theron River, brother of Trey and Natiley

“I narrowed it down to Theron, Leighton, and Bryant. After he was born, my oldest son was already calling him Theron River, so that is what we went with!”

Tyce Daniel Dekaye

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SunKissedChild Says:

Ooh I love Theodore Waits! Gorgeous.

DotDraper Says:

What a pretty group of names! I just love the flowery Cordelia Amaryllis Saffron and the sibset Miles Alexander, Vivienne Sophia and Helena Elizabeth.

EmiTheDuckling Says:

I am loving so many of these names! And I have a friend who had triplets this month! They named them Elliot “Ellie”, Quinn, and Liv (I am not sure if this is a nick name or not). I think they are all so cute and quirky!

spotlightstarlit Says:

I adore Ivy Juliette and May Vivienne, particularly when paired with big sis Anna Rose!

minisia Says:

Serafina, Beatrice & Ingrid, what an absolutely glorious sibset �� And Sofia Neve! Too precious.

augusta_lee Says:

Best sibsets:
May Vivienne, twin of Ivy Juliette, sister of Anna Rose
Stellan James, brother of Isabeau Belen and Juniper Anne
Hawk Wilder, brother of North Benjamin
Gabriel Ethan, brother of Cicely Grace, Adelaide Hope, and Emmeline Blythe
Ingrid Magnolia-Jane, sister of Serafina Audrey and Beatrice Lucy

Best girls:
Celeste Marie-Louise
Belline Louise
Eva Celeste
Georgina Rae
Frances Maybelle

Best boys:
Angelo Gabriel
Sutton Ellsworth,
Theron River

southern.maple Says:

I love:
Audrey Juliet Sophia
Ingrid Magnolia-Jane
May Vivienne
Boone Finley Paul
Theodore Waits
Theron River

mayday Says:

Congratulations to all! I’m especially happy to see some lovely classic names, like Frances, Louise, Ian, Gabriel, and Nathan. Absolutely love the cadence of Eli Joaquin. And Ivy Juliette and May Vivienne are perfectly paired twin names, complementary without being match-y.

mayday Says:

On a side note, I dislike the term “singlet.” I realize that with modern medicine and fertility treatments, the incidence and survival of multiples have increased greatly. That said, our species typically has single births, not litters, so “singlet” seems unnecessary.

The_Supernatural_Hufflepuff Says:

Girls:
-Belline Louise
-Cordelia Amaryllis Saffron
-Georgina Rae
-Sofia Neve

Boys:
-Angelo Gabriel
-Breslin John
-Holden Christopher
-Ian Paul
-Jericho Xavier
-Jordan Leo Hayes

Sibsets:
-Audrey Juliet Sophia, sister of Maximus Alexander
-Emersyn Rose, sister of Parker Raymond, Brooklyn Mae, Finnley James, and Savannah Grace
-Eva Celeste, sister of Anna Sofia
-Francis Maybelle, sister of Clyde William
-Ingrid Magnolia-Jane, sister of Serafina Audrey and Beatrice Lucy
-Katelyn Elizabeth, triplet of Perry Grayson and Johnson Tucker, sister of Jefferson Kent
-Louise Andrea Wilhelmina Emilie, sister of Jonas Hans and Paul Daniel
-May Vivienne, twin of Ivy Juliette, sister of Anna Rose
-Boone Finley Paul, brother of Daphne June
-Connor James, brother of Kyan Morgan
-Gabriel Ethan, brother of Cicely Grace, Adelaide Hope, and Emmeline Blythe
-Hawk Wilder, brother of North Benjamin
-Miles Alexander, brother of Vivienne Sophia and Helena Elizabeth
-Stellan James, brother of Isabeau Belen and Juniper Anne
-Sutton Ellsworth, brother of Callum Owen, Aletta Isobel, Leopold Elijah, Arabella Audrey, and Alice Olivia
-Theodore “Teddy” Waits, brother of Jenna Lorraine and Eliza Juliet
-Theron River, brother of Trey and Natiley

В школе этого не расскажут:  very floppy indeed

Millia Says:

Such a lovely list!

but I think you guys forgot to add that Sofia Neve has an older brother (Maxim Arthur)

Millia Says:

Such a lovely list!

but I think you guys forgot to add that Sofia Neve has an older brother (Maxim Arthur)

Netta5187 Says:

For me
Best Girls Names:
Ivy Juliette
May Vivienne
Ingrid Magnolia-Jane
Frances Maybelle
Eva Celeste
Audrey Juliet Sophia

Best Boys Names:
Theodore Waits
Nolan Eli
Miles Alexander
Angelo Gabriel

Sibset Names:
Ivy Juliette, May Vivienne, and Anna Rose
Ingrid Magnolia-Jane, Serafina Audrey and Beatrice Lucy

nativoyoung Says:

Love the sibset Hawk Wilder and North Benjamin. Gorgeous. Also love Nolan Eli and Eli Joaquin. There were some great names in August!

nativoyoung Says:

Love the sibset Hawk Wilder and North Benjamin. Gorgeous. Also love Nolan Eli and Eli Joaquin. There were some great names in August!

nativoyoung Says:

Love the sibset Hawk Wilder and North Benjamin. Gorgeous. Also love Nolan Eli and Eli Joaquin. There were some great names in August!

zazie Says:

Some gorgeous combinations. I love Ivy Juliette and May Vivienne, Eva Celeste, Miles Alexander and Theodore Waits.

Perry Grayson reminds me of the British artist Grayson Perry. I wonder if this was deliberate or a coincidence.

indiefendi Says:

Cordelia Amaryllis Saffron–I’m in love. Cordelia and Amaryllis are two of my favorite names and this makes me want to use it even more!

Angelo Gabriel is my favorite boy. Angelo is pretty set in stone if I had a boy right now. Angelo can match any middle name. I was thinking Angelo Isaac, Angelo Raphael, Angelo David (because of Michelangelo), Angelo Ivan, Angelo Matthias, there’s so many I love. Angelo Gabriel is a perfect combo! *heart eyes*

» August Babyberries: Singlets, Triplets and Twins Baby Name Suggestion Says:

[…] So many cool choices this month, from Cordelia Amaryllis Saffron to Boone Finley Paul. Nameberry – Baby Name Blog […]

sarahmezz Says:

So many beautiful names! Here’s my top five for each gender…

Eva Celeste
Georgina Rae
Greer Isabel
Ivy Juliette
May Vivienne

Connor James
Edward Harris
Hudson Henry
Stellan James
Theodore Waits

iwillpraise Says:

May Vivienne + Ivy Juliette + Anna Rose = Beautiful! Beautiful! Beautiful!!
LOVE Anna, May and Ivy as sisters Search by keyword

Коляски New Triple Jogging Stroller Jogger XLT Baby Triplets и Baby Jogger Summit 360 Red Triple Child Stroller.Кто что знает?

Девочки, может кто видел такие колясочки, или у кого такие были, поделитесь отзывами.Очень ли они тяжелые, как в управлении? Можно ли их использовать от 0+?

И если знаете, подскажите сайтик, где их лучше заказывать.Читала, что они только с Америки идут.

NEW TRIPLE JOGGING STROLLER JOGGER XLT BABY TRIPLETS

Baby Jogger Summit XC

Спасибо!)На первое время у нас тоже для двойни, а потом вот в такую пересядем, месяца в 4)

1 красивая вроде и крепкая а 2 тоже не че но вроде нет такая крепкая

Блин не туда ответила? Это я к спросить у мам тройни, какие у них коляски.

Красивые такие. Но ничгео про них не знаю((((

Мне кажется холодно будет малышам в такой коляске с рождения, тем более вы зимние будете) В люльке все же более защищено от ветра. Да и прогулка как правило не опускается прям до идеально ровного состояния, чтоб спинке было удобно. Может есть такие что переделываются с люльки в прогулку?! Попробую поискать тоже, может что найду.

я за красную. и на мальчиков и девочку и яркая !

Но блин, это же так круто, что тройня. Я хочу хотя бы двойню… блин) ну поздравляю. Легкой беременности и родов!!

А в магазины как будете ходить? Она такая широченная.

да, в непогоду (дождь, сильный ветер), да и зимой дети гуляли на балконе: ставили эти люльки из коляски на стулья вдоль балкона и открывали окна. в итоге все плюсы прогулки сохранялись: уютно, комфортно, свежий воздух и ветер в лицо не дует и солнце в глазки не светит ярко. честно говоря, сильно не нагуляешься с коляской ходить, тк надо и домашние дела все переделать, а это можно сделать только когда дети спят.

если брать, то ту что с отдельными капорами, тк мои вообще спят по очереди и отдельные домики оочень спасают спящего от бодрствующего)). у нас правда двойня, но удобно было так: первая коляска была такого типа (Teddi PC Twinc)

удобство состояло в том что малыши лежали в мягких люльках-переносках с жестким ровным дном (как и надо до 6-7 месяцев), а позже купили прогулочную такую (Jetem elegant twin)

джоггер крутая коляска не знаю как тройная но одинарная круть

TRIPLETS JOY; but Struggling Teenagers Say Bring Our Babies Closer to Home

Newspaper article Evening Gazette (Middlesbrough, England)

TRIPLETS JOY; but Struggling Teenagers Say Bring Our Babies Closer to Home

Article excerpt

Byline: By MARK WELFORD

A YOUNG girl who had premature triplets at just 16 years old pleaded today with hospital chiefs to move her babies closer to her home.

Amy Smith — who turned 17 two days ago — and Marley Testo, also 17 and from Middlesbrough, have been making fleeting visits to see the triplets after they were born at the Friarage Hospital in Northallerton — 20 miles away from where they live.

Since Lexi, Leah and Alfie were born — 11 weeks early and by Caesarian section on November 1 — the teenage parents say they have been passed from pillar to post.

Amy was taken into James Cook Hospital on October 29 and stayed there three days before being transferred to North Tees where she had the triplets. She remained there for six days before being told that due to a lack of cots they would have to be moved to the Friarage Hospital.

The couple, who are both currently out of education and unemployed, have a 40-mile round trip as Amy lives in Thorntree and Marley in Whinney Banks.

Neither can drive and rely on lifts from family — although Amy is allowed to stay at the hospital.

The new parents say a taxi service was provided for a week or so, but is longer available.

Amy said: «We have been asking to have the babies moved to James Cook.»

Marley said: «Everyone in the family works during the day so we can only come up on a night».

He added: «We just want to get them nearer so it’s easy for us all and so the extended family can get to see them.»

The pair, who have been together for nine months, are over the moon but equally overwhelmed at the prospect of bringing up three little ones.

Marley said: «It’s a bit scary but we’ve got big supportive families.»

Amy, who says she was «kicked out» of Ormesby Secondary school for bad behaviour last year, said: «I don’t feel like a mum yet, I think when they come home it will hit me.

«I’m a bit scared because I’m still a baby myself. …

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