Review: BabyZen Yoyo
It pains every part of me that we spent near a thousand pounds on a pushchair, and yet it would seem now we need to purchase something else to take holiday with us because well said pushchair (despite being amazing!!) is just too big, and the flight staff chuck it on under the plane like it didn't cost more than my first car!
So with the boys rugby seasons finishing in just a week we put it to you guys on instagram to help us find the best stroller to take on our holibobs. We had quite a few responses, but by far the most popular was the BabyZen YoYo. In fact one friend even went so far as to say it was a 'life changer' so we were sold. It was now time to convince the boys that their lives would indeed be changed with yet more baby 'crap'.
Once convinced we headed to Newbie & me, a new baby store in Cheshire and not only were they AMAZINGLY helpful, but they were extremely friendly and made the whole experience a joy. Just what you need, especially with man and baby in tow!!
So what did we think of the stroller:
We absolutely LOVE this bit of kit. Jess has tried many prams and I mean a lot , even to the extent of her mum buying a £10 double buggy from E-bay so they could walk the dog with out stopping to pick up every leaf and feather en route!! Then to the other end of the scale buying their first pram, a Stokke and this was over the thousand pound mark, so they weren't looking to add to the collection at the pram museum. But when it came to traveling, all their prams were too big or like Lauren mentions, too valuable to be treated like a bag of rubbish. Lauren needed a stroller that would be fit for Ronnie as a newborn without having to lug their carry cot around! So we asked for help and you guys came running. The BabyZen Yoyo is brilliant, easy to assemble ( not that either of us did that part, Thanks Daddy Lawes & Webber ) and packs down so small you can keep it as hand luggage. This also means you don't have to chase/carry/tackle your little one until you get through passport control. Jess also got the buggy board for Nell, this bad boy comes with a seat which is perfect if your three year old finds standing up a chore in itself. It reclines for nap time and comes with a carry case and waterproof cover, expensive but not blowing the bank and comes in some brilliant colours, Jess had taupe as seen below and Lauren opted for sensible black. Winning all round, thumbs up from us!