What happened to the baby carriage?

The Danish baby carriage was an abandoned baby carriage used for children in Denmark and its surroundings during the 1970s and 1980s.The carriage was taken from its owner in 1982 and the vehicle was abandoned.It was dismantled, and its remains buried in the Copenhagen Cemetery in 1988.The vehicle was recovered in 1991 and the body of the driver, Lars Hansen, was recovered from the ground in...

How to create your own baby carriage in 3 steps

A customised baby carriage is one of the most affordable ways to create a baby carriage that will be a hit with parents and baby bloggers alike."The best thing about this type of carriage is the colour," explains the designer of BabyCage.com, Laura Williams.She has also built a customisable baby carriage for her son who is also in the care of her own family."His favourite colour is purple," says...

Australian Christmas baby carriage: The truth behind the myth

The story of the baby carriage that's been around since 1896 is still going strong.It's the baby carriages, the baby carriers, that have captured our imagination since the 1920s.A baby carriage is the ultimate carriage, the perfect way to transport the child from cradle to nursery.In fact, there's so much to love about them.There's a lot to love in a baby carriage.They're simple, durable and...