Hi, Ofsted has just accept my variation for 3 under 5's for two days a week. One of the mindee's is a good little walker and I only have to go approx 200m to pre-school to collect my son, but parent not too keen on her walking!!!!
Just seen on ebay the buggy pod that clips onto the side of a buggy/pushchair, just wondered if anyone has had any experience with them, are they any good for a 2 yr old??
Would have put a link on but I'm rubbish when it comes to the techie stuff.
I've seen this walk and just don't see the problem?! It's very safe round there too!
Saz, as mentioned earlier, you're welcome to try some of my stuff out. I know you said buggy board no good but I've got a Litaf Seat to Go too (although not used so may want some opinions first). here is a link in case you don't know what it is
I can drop it round when back on the school run tomorrow if you want to try it? (although I'd want to check I have all the bits first ).
Do you know if the toy library has a triple buggy to borrow?
If your little one is a light little one, have you thought of using a back pack/sling/babycarrier if it is only a short distance and short time trip? I did this for two weeks, for a slightly longer journey, then found that 18 month old was more interseted in walking than being passenger anyway, so packed said carrier away.
would you beleive it go to all this trouble getting advice and ringing for different things and mum arrive this morning asaying it's now no problem with her walking as she's not wanted to go in a buggy all weekend. So think I will stick rheins on her and see how it goes. Thanks for advice.
Nappy addict - i saw something similar on ebay but it had 3 seats it looked fantastic. Any way will see how the walking goes, it's only for 2 days a week and she doesn't have to walk far and she loves it as we can stop and chat to all the cats and collect leaves.
I used to have an urban detour and loved it! I was gutted when I moved and realised I couldn't fit the thing through my gate nevermind the front door!!! But, I could attach a kiddyboard to it as it just clamps to the rear axle.