On showing our baby beautiful places #Friday faves
Nothing beats a sling.
For the more beautiful a place, the harder it is to get to.
The longer the walk, the more our child wants to be carried.
Interesting places are often surrounded by steps. As kind as the commuters of London are in helping you with a pushchair up and down all those steps to the tube, there are still bridges to be negotiated and little shops to get into.
Now I’m not going to lie. Carrying a baby on your back up uphill is hard work. But so worth it- especially when someone else does the carrying!
Then in winter when it feels far too cold to be out and about you can pop them even inside your own coat, layer up, share some body heat and look round some lovely National Trust gardens.
Castles are yet another place not designed with a pushchair in mind.
It’s been the best thing we bought. And we’re not even that adventurous- friends have borrow our favourite manduca baby carrier and climber up Mt Vesuvius, hiked in the Alps and it’s currently on holiday in Majorca! I’m only a little envious of our Manduca!