i think we got the buggie board before christmas so Rhys was walking/riding along.. i know we sold our big double one in Feb and we only had a single from then on (until a few weeks ago) so def by 26months he was walking.
Landon is 6 and Casen 4...we still have a sit n stand that we use for them lol. Granted we only use it at the zoo, mall or somewhere else that they would be walking a long time or would be really busy. I still use one all the time with Hayden though...he's almost 22mo. I think when it wasn't as much with the boys was around 3
Short journeys like shop etc then she likes walking but likes her pram too - doesnt scream getting in it so I was more referring to those longer days out than local shops
I am getting the kid-sit at some point but was more wondering when Ill adventurely just need one main buggy (single) the double stroller will come in handy for BIG days out no doubt. Ill invest in the board when shes 2 then maybe she already walks to the shops etc with no pram.
We have only just now started taking her out without the pushchair,purely because we have twins so it's easier.
It's not for long walks around the town and things like that,more like short walks and quick trips to local shops etc
I don't think she's ready yet,and i don't think it's necessary and also,if i'm on my own with her we can go wherever and not think about her being too tired to walk or sleepy etc ..
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