Here I was lamenting the possibility of giving up my duet. Quinn is at preschool now and is starting school next year so the Mountain Buggy duet was being used less and less. I was really not looking forward to giving it up, so when I stumbled across a tweet about joey, I literally jumped up and down in excitement. This was it! This was exactly what I needed, especially as a non-driver the extra storage space is essential. I loved the flexibility of being able to put the second seat back on if I am spending a full day out that requires another seat. It really is a win/win!
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Mel Harris - AustraliaThe Boy Factory
Living in the picturesque Lake Macquarie region in NSW Australia, Mel is a stay-at-home mum to four very busy boys!
Mel’s family is a true Mountain Buggy family, having owned several models from the Mountain Buggy collection: 3 x urban, an urban double, a breeze, a swift, a duo and new model terrain! As one of the first owners of the Mountain Buggy duet and a freerider in tow, Mel shares life’s experiences as a true Mountain Buggy champion.
Oh, I do like to be beside the seaside! What a strange summer we are having here in NSW Australia. The weather has been far from “normal”. Hot this year has been 30 degrees Celsius compared to last year's 43, and the days hitting 30 have been few and far between with most days sitting in the early to mid 20’s.
It’s that time of year again, when the community naturally comes together to celebrate Christmas. Our family spent the evening at the local Christmas Carols. It was a lovely, relaxing evening and we all had so much fun.
It might look rugged, perfect for the outdoors (because it is) but don’t let that rugged beauty fool you, the Mountain Buggy duet is just at home in the shops as it is on the trails.
We are off into the city today for Quinn’s speech therapy appointment. It is a 40 minute train trip, but essential for him as he has Childhood Apraxia of Speech (CAS).
The weather was amazing, so off we headed to the historic grounds of Morisset Hospital campus, known for it’s friendly, wild kangaroos. I was a little worried about getting the Mountain Buggy duet in the boot, but I needn’t have been concerned it went in like it was made for it.
Introducing the very lovely Mel and her family, as they they embark on a Mountain Buggy journey with their latest arrival the Mountain Buggy duet!
Close at hand, we get an insight of the little duet's thoughts as he starts a new life with his new family!