Three weeks, 3000kms, two adults, two pre-schoolers, one camper van, a nano travel stroller....and the mission? To explore the east coast of New Zealand, living life without limit. Check out what we got up to on the first part of our holiday here . Read on to find out how we put our nano through its paces...
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Three weeks, 3000kms, two adults, two pre-schoolers, one camper van and nano travel stroller....and the mission? To explore the east coast of New Zealand, living life without limit. Here's what we got up to on our summer roadtrip:
Silver Fern Joline Henry puts the urban jungle through it's paces as she gets back into shape after giving birth to son, Te Aihireinga.
As an expectant mother, I imagined that I would buy one buggy and it would last me from the time my son was born right through until we no longer needed a buggy. However five years on and I've just got my fifth buggy. So what happened to my one perfect buggy? Well read on as I explain how my buggy journey evolved.
Although it might not seem like it at the time, there is one very big advantage to being pregnant for 40 weeks - there is plenty of time to shop for all those baby essentials. One thing that you're sure to need is a buggy but if you haven't already got savings in place for this purchase, it can be difficult to see how you will be able to afford your dream buggy - featuring everything you need to live life without limit.
Travelling with a young child can be stressful so when Mel needed to do an eight hour road trip to get to her holiday destination, she took haven with safeguard with her. Here's how her journey panned out:
Many mothers say that once they have children, they no longer have time to go to the gym or do any formal exercise. Unfortunately just running around after your toddler might make you feel physically exhausted but doesn't really compensate for the physical exercise regime you may have lost. In reality it is possible to follow a fitness regime with a toddler in tow. Determined to help you enjoy a life without limit, we've put together some handy tips for burning those calories and toning those muscles with your little one around.
Living a life without limit can be difficult when you have a very young baby but one of our customers, Tessa Kershaw, didn't have trouble taking her baby everywhere she went thanks to her new urban jungle buggy