The Cosmopolitan is a new style of buggy for Mountain Buggy. It’s got (gasp!) 4 wheels not the traditional 3 and a different profile from the Mountain Buggy buggies that we know and love. It’s a stylish model that has some fantastic features. The buggy has three positions – front facing, rear facing and reclined and is suitable from birth through to about 4 years (20kg).
Reviews: Baby Equipment
I bought 3 rarpz characters (two were seconds for cosmetic reasons so I got these at an awesome price).Â They were very cute to look at.
The Comfy Bebe merino swaddle wrap is a 3 in 1 wrap, made and designed in New Zealand. It also converts to a sleep bag and is used from birth until beyond 12 months.
This monitor is amazing!
Imagine being able to see what your little one is up to; check on them without the risk of waking them up prematurely. Seeing them on the nice big screen is just the tip of the Iceberg, as this is one feature-rich monitor that will give you some peace of mind.
New to the Mountain Buggy Family, the peppyâ„¢ is a brilliant car capsule for little bubbas. This capsule is designed for birth – 13kg so will last your baby a good length of time. (Although, I can’t imagine that you’ll still be using it when your bubba is 13kg unless you’ve got a particularly big baby. My 1.5 year old is 11kg and there’s no way that she’d fit in it. I’ve generally found that my babies need moving into the next sized seat at around 6-9 months).
One of my favourite things to do is try new buggies. A bit sad, I know, but I use my buggy a lot and I’m fascinated by how they are engineered for babies and kiddos and also for parents. So, of course, I was more than happy to check out the new Mountain Buggy MB Mini – a new ultra-light buggy that is perfect for around town.
A bamboo trifold nappy which can be adjusted to fit.
Brand new from Pea Pods is their One Size nappy system. It’s innovative, clever and user-friendly.