I've been using the new urban jungle for a couple of weeks now and I love it!
- Super MB
- Guest Blogger
- Daddy duet
- Baby Girls Rock
- Ask Alannah
- Lets go walking
- BBC Crew
- Just going for a stroll
- The Boy Factory
- Green Crusader
- Mama Seoul
- Buggies for good
- Health & Fitness
- MB Athletes
- Maria Gorosito and the life of a MOLO Mom
Overall, the design and functionality could not be more perfect for our needs in the city or for traveling. I’m a strong believer that having good gear, whether it’s for mom and dad or for the kids, can inspire families to travel together more. It is such a gift to the entire family when the little ones can come along comfortably rather than be left at home because traveling with them is too hard.
My name is Krista and I am the mother to 18 month old Maverick. When pregnant, I researched a number of prams and what to get. There are LOTS out there in the market today, funky looking, colourful and the like, but what drew me back to Mountain Buggy was ‘why’ I needed a pram, ‘what’ I needed it for and ‘how practical’ it would be for me.
As a first time mum there is a lot to think about. Getting through the elation of being pregnant, the constant worry about your baby's development and the anticipation of birth, it is quite overwhelming. Not to mention the lists of things that you "need" in preparation for the new addition to your life...
You might be wondering why is she asking 'how are you weaning your baby?' Well for us, there are two methods: the traditional one (feeding the baby with a spoon and only pureed food) and the baby-led-weaning method.
We haven't had the nano for even a week yet, and we have already gone on a trip - we flew to London for the weekend!
Home sweet home!
A little bit about me and my expanding family. I'm Katie, and I'm married to the lovely Peter. We've been together for almost 10 years now, he needs a medal! We've been married for seven and a half years. Peter works at a London airport, doing his dream job and I’m a health care professional working in a busy operating theatre. We have two children and one on the way.