Published Monday, 18 June 2012
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Stuart McChesney from Newtownabbey and Dave Gamble from Carrickfergus left Belfast on Monday to embark on a journey spanning five counties and 350 miles.
They are hoping to raise funds for the premature baby charity Tiny Life as they go.
Every day in Northern Ireland seven babies are born prematurely, some arriving as early as 24 weeks and weighing as little as 1lb.
Stuart is more accustomed to running marathons and extreme sports than pushing a pram, but when his wife suffered the loss of their baby girl nearly five months into pregnancy he wanted to raise money for the charity that helped them.
"I have always taken part in extreme sports and I wanted to combine that with raising funds for charity," he explained.
"Earlier this year my wife and I lost our beautiful baby daughter Leah at just 19 weeks, an experience I never dreamt we would have to deal with.
"Plans were already in place to do 'The Big Pram Push' but losing Leah made me more determined than ever to make it happen."
Stuart and his good friend Dave plan to push their way through 18 towns and have invited everyone to join them for scheduled mini pram pushes along the way.
They have just arrived in Larne on Monday evening for a mini pram push to Carnfunnock Country Park, and will be in Ballymena on Tuesday.
Other stops include Portstewart, Portrush, Omagh, Newry and Newcastle.
"We plan to visit 18 towns in just 12 days and we have 8 events planned over the 12 days that families can join in with," Stuart continued.
"It would be great to have the support of local mothers and toddler groups and local families."
The boys' journey will end in almost two weeks time back where they started at City Hall.