Ickle Bubba Solar Car Seat Review

Ickle Bubba is a brand I’m not familiar with so far, so when we were asked if we wanted to test out the Ickle Bubba Solar car seat we agreed! It’s a Group 1-2-3 seat, which makes it suitable from 9 months to around 12 years – height dependant – they need to reach 135cms. It can attach with an…

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Koochi Motohero Carseat review

The Motohero cat seat from Koochi is a group 1/2/3 seat meaning it can be used from around 9 months of age up to 12 years, when your child no longer needs a booster seat. There are a few designs available, two of which are new this season; pink hued Havana which is what Athena chose or turquoise and mint Bali,…

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#SmartDiscoveries with the SmarTrike Infinity 5-in1 trike

Arlo has a new set of wheels; he’s been test driving the brand new SmarTrike 5-in-1 infinity trike. Designed to take a child from 10 months to 3 years and through a variety of stages: Stage 1: Sleep mode – the seat reclines back for comfy naps and has a high back so plenty of head support Stage 2: 10…

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The Buggy Chronicles: Koochi 

Koochi isn’t a brand I was too familiar with but have recently been introduced to them as sister company to Cosatto, a brand I do know and love having used a travel system, car seat and highchair from them. Koochi is designed to appeal to a slightly different market, the products have a lower price point but all still come…

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The Buggy Chronicles: Little Tikes Stroll n Go

Little Tikes have made the leap from toys to travel, and we were lucky enough to be sent their Stroll n Go stroller to put to the test. I’ll admit that i’m not a huge fan of strollers, much preferring the sturdiness and adaptability of a bigger pushchair so I was keen to put it through its paces. The Stroll…

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The Buggy Chronicles: 2016 Wishlist

Since having babies I have become somewhat addicted to keeping up with the latest trends in baby-transportation, both with wheels and of the carrier variety! I am actually really happy with our main buggy (the Silver Cross Pioneer) and will probably use it till Arlo no longer needs it but that doesn’t stop me from looking at what else is…

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The Buggy Chronicles: Lascal Buggy Board

What’s the solution when you’ve got a baby in the buggy and a toddler who demands to walk and then at some unspecified time later just cannot walk one step further and digs her heels in to the pavement refusing to move an inch? A buggy board! We’ve been using the Lascal Maxi buggy board from Cheeky Rascals for the…

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Review: Joie Steadi Rear facing Car Seat

The Joie Steadi car seat enables your most precious of cargo to travel rear-facing until around four years old (up to 18Kg). In light of recent iSize regulations coming into place that state a child must be rear facing until 15 months as a minimum (more info here) this will be something that a lot of parents will need to…

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