The cooles thing since that kid came out
Written by: jaemcg
Jan 05 2016Y
I LOVE Mountain Buggy! I'm a Pacific Northwest Momma with 2 boys, 2 years and 2 months. I run and like to frequent National Park trails which are not so smooth sometime out here on the Olympic Peninsula. The +one is a BEAST! I love that eliminates my need for a garage full of strollers. I only need 1. I can go for a run, which usually ends up with a coffee downtown and some perusing local Sequim shops and I can tote both kids happily, with excellent storage for snacks and water in the basket and some purchases and I don't feel like a total jerk pushing a double wide. Also, when Hudson James is able to ride a bike alongside me on the path, I won't have to again purchase a single stroller or awkwardly push and unevenly weighted double wide. I run, like really run, +5 miles some days since I'm a stay at home mom (who worked full time with my first kid and really appreciate the time I now have) and the shock absorption and steering are great, the front wheel locks straight just fine. My husband is 6'4" and his brother is 7,' no joke so the adjustable handle is amazing to our diversely sized family (I'm 5'8" and sister in law is 5'). I'm totally pumped about the non-disposable stroller bit and live that when I wear out a tire I can get anew tire and not have to junk the whole thing which is absolutely insane! I'm sure when I'm done using this I'm going to be very sad, probably how I felt about not being able to use my college cross country jersey anymore! But, I am happy that it will still be useful and I can give it to someone else to enjoy. I'm a paramedic but I would definitely consider a career change to Mountain Buggy advocate! This stroller offers a quality of life/physical/mental health improvement for any parent. Anyone griping about anything concerning this stroller needs to count their blessings that they are even blessed enough to afford such luxurious equipment and realize that anything this consolidated cannot be perfect for every aspect of baby toting but when it comes to getting out in society and being active with 2 wild tiny people, this is IT! I have even been skiing (down a gentle run, relax!) with the skis attached and both boys loaded, and they are the opposite of small. Load my CamelBack with coffee and LET'S GO!