Are We Finally Ready To Ditch The Pushchair?

When you are a non-driving family and have a family something that quickly becomes a lifesaver is a pram or pushchair. We ended up having quite a few different models over the years since Erin was born and honestly, I don’t know how I would have coped without using them for so long. At the beginning of the year, with Erin turning 4, I really started to think about whether or not we should still be using the pushchair and if Erin was ready to stop using it. Back in March we went on holiday to Haven in Great Yarmouth, only

Hauck Rapid 4s Pushchair Review

Erin is 3.5 but we still use a pushchair for her on a regular basis. As a non-driving family, we can’t expect Erin to walk as much or as far as we do. On days out, she gets really tired and sometimes wants a nap during the day and without the pushchair, this would just make things pretty impossible. Last month our old pushchair gave up on us as the wheels started to fall off and it became unusable. We needed a replacement and pretty quick. Thankfully we were able to order something from Amazon with next day delivery so

Britax Holiday Pushchair Review

*This is an advertisement. As we are a family who don’t drive we have always had to rely on a pushchair for getting us around with Erin. We love to go away or on holiday but we absolutely hate taking a bigger pushchair with us. If we have to fold it up on the train or in a hotel room we need something as small and easy as possible. We were recently sent the Britax Holiday pushchair to try and here’s what we think of it: We have had a few pushchairs now and some have been quite a bit

BRITAX B-Lite Pushchair Review

We have been using the same pushchair for around a year now and as much as I like it, it just isn’t perfect for us all of the time any more. Although Erin would try to walk everywhere, we do use the pushchair daily, especially now we have to the nursery runs on three days a week. As neither me or John drive we can’t really cope well with any large or heavy pushchair as I have to be able to get it through the front door, up steps etc. Although we do have a very small pushchair in the

Stroller review: Babyzen YoYo

I have been through a few pushchairs so far. I started off with the Chicco Urban which was our pram and ended up being the first pushchair. I then went for the Mamas and Papas Armadillio Flip XT but it ended up not really being what I needed. My last pushchair was a Quinny Moodd and it was beautiful. Erin loved it from the minute she sat in it. However, the super small basket and short handles meant it didn’t suit us at all. I had then been drooling over the Babyzen YoYo after a friend got one. After a

You Have To Be Short To Have A Stroller

We’re currently in the market for a new stroller. We have 4 trips to London booked already this year, a trip to Manchester for Blog On and a holiday to Majorca booked for next year. While I love our Quinny Moodd, John finds it hard to push due to the handlebar height. He much preferred our Mamas and Papas Armadillio Flip XT. Instead of a pushchair we need a lightweight stroller to take away with us that is also easy to fold and small too. I have been looking for weeks and I still can’t decide. Last Thursday I took