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We made an international callout for some lucky parents to be our first ever terrain product champions in 2010! These guys were the first in the market and provided some amazing insight into how the terrain performed for their everyday needs. We catch up with Connie Wisdoms, an awesome lady and mum of 5 based in the UK.
Friday, 25 February 2011 19:50 Written by Mountain Buggy
Well, the miracle was that I actually got TO the Han river. Between births, childbirth classes and finishing up my hypnosis pre-requites for my Hypnobabies Instructor training, I have not done a good job of meeting my own fitness challenge goals.
Greetings all from Hermosa Beach, California! My name is Tabatha and I am a stay at home mom and proud mother of two beautiful girls, Teah-Trinity and Skye-Lily. I am so excited to join this wonderful group of Mountain Buggy mommies and lead you through my initiatives and hopefully my many success stories as the ‘Green Crusader’.
Well it’s been yet another mad week or so for me. Last Wednesday I spent the day in Manchester for a Daily Mail photo shoot, (Daily Mail is a UK newspaper). This was to do with my most recent shoot and the getting 'me' back! (see blog here)
Despite the 'Run into the New Year' and the running around in every day life, I haven't been successful in exercising this month. But now it is February - a new chance in a new month. I've enlisted the help of Hollie to be my virtual workout partner for "Fit in February".
Everyone has a bad morning and today was mine. Running way behind as lugging my bum out of my very warm bed was a struggle. Scarlette had been up and down with a cough and was insisting that I ring her teacher to tell her she was too poorly for school. It almost worked until my mention of staying in bed to get better was met with, "Oh OK, I will go to school!" What a monkey.