This week it’s time to conquer the city! Pick a destination at the other side of town and take your little one there in the Quinny Moodd. On the way, document the journey like stairs, busy streets, cramped subway trains and other obstacles. No worries, your Quinny will get you there!
Our journey consisted of walking, two tube trains, stairs, rain and loads of people out shopping in the highstreet.
Once at the station stop I took the Quinny Moodd off the allocated area and with one hand was able to open it back up – Peace of cake (One of my favourite features)
East Ham tube station has a lift to get from street level to the platform so its perfect and comes in really handy, I wish all tube stations where like this. Once on the district line train there is a pushchair/wheelchair area so we just fitted the Moodd into there like we usually do. When then reached Whitechapel tube station there was no lift and tons of stairs to change platforms and continue our journey. If I was by myself I would have to ask someone to help us get to where we were going – I haven’t had to do this much but when I do people have been very kind in giving me a helping hand. But because mum and dad were with me I took Hayden out and he walked up and down the stairs with my mum while I carried the pushchair Once on the 2nd tube train the pushchair fit nicely in the corner by the door and there was still plenty of room for people to get on and off the tube.
The main problem I found was around the shops, when we went into them. Most of them are small and not buggy friendly so I stood outside most of the time especially with the back wheels, they tend to get in the way most of the time.
On the way home it started to rain, so I used the rain cover. I really like that cover it doesn’t steam up like the rest and I think Hayden was super cosy and managed to fall asleep (he never does that). The wheels in the rain are pretty decent too. I always find that most journeys are pretty simple when I take London transport to go places.
When you go out around your city what are the main obstetrical that you face with your pushchair?
tasks we were given the Quinny Moodd. All views and opinions expressed are honest and entirely my