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Running with a buggy....

Published February 27, 2017 by Andy Fensom

Hints & tips from 53 weeks off

'Running with a baby reminds me of my ultramarathon training when things weren't as simple as putting my running kit on and leaving for a run. Running with a baby means that I need to pack some extras, and even more stuff for our long runs while half-marathon training.'

Running has always been a sport/ past time/ hobby for many, however in the past few years has become more popular than ever with families. Whether partaking in a park run, organised group or individually, taking your little one(s) along in their buggy there is no excuse not to get out & about (excuse the pun)! 

53 weeks off is a blog written by a mum who is enjoying maternity leave and keeping us up to date with activities such as running, yoga and getting creative. The latest blog post is all about running with  a buggy. Celina chose the Nipper Sport for her half marathon training as well as getting off road and taking scenic walks through the peak district. 

Click here to read all the hints and tips from 53 weeks off when out running with a buggy. From packing for any situation from nappy changes to feeds, to planning routes and benefits of the Nipper Sport.

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When things just work.....

Published February 9, 2017 by Andy Fensom

'I love it when things just work. Things that are easy to use, of good quality and do what they are supposed to do make my day. Since I've had a little one this has become even more of a priority and I have to say the Out 'n' About Nipper V4 buggy has been one of my top baby purchases.'

We just love receiving reviews and blog posts on the Nipper range. A big thank you to Northern Mama UK for sharing her latest blog on the Nipper Single with us. It is always so fantastic to hear how loved the Nipper is and how it can make everyday life with little one(s) just that little bit easier! To read the full blog post from Norther Mama UK please click here

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