Above: old Rodarte t-shirt stretched to the max and lulu leggings, unofficial pregnancy uniform
Sometimes I like to think I can hike. When that urge strikes, I hit up Blue Hills Reservation. Gem within our own town. It's perfect for us city types who like to dabble in nature but not make a huge commitment. I like to be a casual participant, who occasionally dates mother nature......and this space affords all levels of participation, making even me feel like Bear Grylls.
My husband and I took our daughter for a "hike" the other day. And by hike, I mean we went up a paved road to the observation tower (the oldest weather observation/recording tower in the country, founded in 1885, by the by) on top of Great Blue Hill. The highest point the reservation has to offer, it provided a great workout, views, and we were able to push our toddler up in a stroller along the entire route.
Huge thanks to Safety 1st, who let us test drive this sweet toddler ride, their Step and Go Travel System. I did the build out of the entire system (meaning I put the wheels on), and managed all assembly and instillation. Which is saying a lot because I didn't even dare to attempt asselmbly on any of our other baby transport systems. Part and parcel to this kit is a pre fit, as in no adaptors necessary, car seat. Doesn't get much easier than that.
Safety 1st provided the Step and Go Travel System for this post.