Thursday, 3 August 2017

#SmarTdiscoveries with SmarTrike.

Before I was contacted about SmarTrike I hadn't even considered getting Violet a trike. I'm not sure why, but it just hadn't crossed my mind to even start looking for an alternative to her pushchair. So when we were asked if we'd like to review the recliner Infinity SmarTrike*, I couldn't resist giving it a go. 
Since this little number has been in our lives, going out to the park or for a walk has been so much more relaxing. It's incredibly easy to get her in and out, meaning she can walk when she wants but it's also really simple for me to pop her right back in. I love the one touch steering too, I can use one hand to guide the trike which is great when trying to hold a toddlers hand at the same time. It also makes it super easy to manoeuvre around shops and squeeze through little gaps in the library!
The trike has a recliner function, in case V does need a little snooze, although she is too nosey to nap when we're out an about. There are so many other options with the trike too. It's a 5-in-1 SmartTrike and can be used from 10-36 months, the hood can be removed and the pedals can be folded up. The front wheel can be disabled from use with the handles so parents still have full control when their little one isn't quite ready for independent riding! It also featured a fab bag on the back, which is the ideal for all the nappy and snack essentials we need when we're out. 
So far our trike has been to the park, library, shopping in the Trafford Centre and a farm. It's pretty much revolutionised our day trips. I'm so excited to take this out with us on even more trips. Violet is so much more content and clearly feels like she has more independence in the trike. I'm so pleased we took the chance on SmarTrike, I would absolutely recommend this to all her baby friends. 

Have you considered picking up a SmarTrike for your little one?

Katie xx
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  1. It looks like she loves it! I didn't realise they lastest so long and changed with the child. I'm debating getting Eleanor one for her birthday but going to see if we can pick one up second hand now maternity pay has stopped. They do look really good for walks round the park and for throwing in the boot of the car for shopping trips.

    Debbie x www.hellodeborah.co.uk

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