So last weekend on Easter Sunday, after the hunt and lots of chocolate we decided we needed to get out in the fresh air so heading into the city for a bit of fun. As you can probably tell I am feeling a lot better, 6 week posts c-seciton and my energy levels are back up and so are out mini adventures and its also given me time to really test drive our new stroller The Cosatto Giggle 2.
With Mr A we struggled to find a stroller that worked for all of us, we wanted something nippy, easy to control with one hand, that folds down quickly and doesn't make you want to cry every time it takes you 10 frustrating minutes to unfold again and luckily I can say the Giggle has changed our perspective on strollers as it's so easy to use as well as being super stylish and it collapses and folds in literally seconds so no more frustrated faces here.
Best of all is Mr G is so very comfy in it that he often falls of straight to sleep, allowing for myself to have a bit more time with Mr A. We decided to head off to Bute Park to have a proper run around and to let Mr A enjoy the nature inspired adventure course which involves lots of jumping, rope walking and what not, as well of course as some tree climbing fun. As you can probably tell he is very much into his camo at the moment and this weekend he wanted to be a park ranger, a role he takes pretty seriously.
It's very exciting seeing the change and dynamic in our family and days like this when all three of us get to go out and enjoy the simple things I wouldn't change for the world. The one thing I love about Cardiff is that we can blend city life and outdoor fun together seamlessly with the help of Bute Park and the Taff trail running through the heart of the city. It's also helped when things are made easier like having a decent stroller or sling as well as being organised with spare clothes and snacks because you never know when you are going to need them, either way life is always changing and all I know is these three boys keep me on my toes.
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