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Tuesday, 08 January 2013 12:21
I am in love with a buggy! No kidding. I've appreciated buggies before, but never been one to actually have conversations about them. But now it has all changed. I have just had the Mountain Buggy mini for a month, and boy, what a buggy it is! It has compelled me to make strangers have a push so that they too can have a feel at how light and easy it is to push and what wonderful manoeuvrability it has.
Tuesday, 09 October 2012 12:51
By guest blogger Karen Jones
We've been going for a walks to the playground and beach most mornings since we got our new pram. This used to be an occasional treat for the Apple Blossom Daycare children as it used to be a lot of work getting them all there but now thanks to the Duet and Freerider its an easy and pleasant walk.
Wednesday, 20 June 2012 10:32
You always get told before having kids that they need lots of stuff to leave the house. What they don't tell you is that they really have lots and LOTS of stuff, in addition to buying more groceries and the inevitable errand running that comes along with being a parent. I've become a regular packhorse these days, and I'm just on my first child!
Friday, 15 June 2012 17:52
Happy Fathers Day to all across the globe who are celebrating it today! It's that special Sunday of the year where our 'heroes' who are bigger, stronger and wiser than everybody else, are celebrated for being our knights in shining armour. No matter what size, shape or form our dads come in, we can always count on 'good ole dad' to put things right, to protect us when in need, and to catch us when we fall.
Friday, 15 June 2012 10:35
On January 14, 2012, I qualified for my third Olympic Team, becoming the oldest winner of the Olympic Marathon Trials at 37 years of age. While most Olympians peak in their early to mid-twenties, I am running my personal best times at above the age of 35. I am married and the father of three young girls ages 2, 4, and 6. How do I balance my competitive running with family? It takes a balancing act and support.
Monday, 11 June 2012 13:41
With the Olympics coming up in a few months, you can already feel the buzz in the air as the countdown begins for this elite sporting event! Our real life superheroes giving it their all for their country, and so it’s cool to know that in reality, they are just like you and I - real people, and some of them even real parents! Imagine their lifestyle, having to fit in training as well as being an active and proud mum or dad? Enter the Mountain Buggy terrain, which has proven to be a winner amongst the winners, enabling these elite athletes to continue living an extraordinary life without limit!
Wednesday, 11 April 2012 16:36
Be in to win one of two amazing books - Train Like A Mother: How To Get Across Any Finish Line - And Not Lose Your Family, Job or Sanity - by reading the excerpt below, and then answer the three easy questions that feature after the blog!
Five years ago, Dimity McDowell and Sarah Bowen Shea, both mothers, writers and runners, took on the Nike Women’s Marathon in San Francisco. Their combined 54.4 miles sprouted a book called Run Like a Mother: How to get Moving— and Not Lose Your Family, Job, or Sanity and an amazing, supportive, funny virtual community of mother runners that gathers at Another Mother Runner and at Run Like a Mother: The Book on Facebook. The sequel, Train Like a Mother: How to Get Across Any Finish Line—and Not Lose Your Family, Job, or Sanity was released on March 20th. Here’s a sneak peak, and some ideas to keep your kids and you happy during your runs while you push Mountain Buggy terrain.
Published in Health & Fitness
Friday, 30 March 2012 13:16
We came across this post on a top influential parenting forum in Australia, by a mum who was making an important purchasing decision on what the best double buggy was for her and her kids. We got in contact with her and got her permission to post here, as it gives valuable insight into the all important decisions to make when purchasing a new double buggy! Thanks Amelia, and welcome to the wonderful world of Mountain Buggy!
Well, I guess I didn't want to linger over it... so we have made a purchase: The Mountain Buggy duet! Haven't taken it out yet, but this was my shopping experience (for those looking for the same sort of thing).
Friday, 09 March 2012 13:21
Written by Nick and Francine S.
When our second daughter was almost upon us we faced the dilemma of having 2 kids armed with just one buggy. Up until Sofia was born, we had a Mountain Buggy swift to cart around our oldest daughter Ariana, and while it was awesome and totally suited us in every way, we needed to accommodate another passenger who was soon to arrive.
Tuesday, 14 February 2012 12:09
Written by Cassidy Carow from Panama City Florida - a Baby Boot Camp franchise owner who is also participating in the MOLO challenge (USA).
We’ve all heard the phrase “No man is an island.” There are times as the mother of a toddler and a baby that I might beg to differ with John Donne. Motherhood can be a simultaneously joyful and challenging role to fill and it can also feel lonely at times.