‘Tis the season to be jolly and what better way to get into the festive spirit than taking some lovely outings with your little ones in their pushchair.
With little ones to look after, it can sometimes be hard to join in with all of the celebrations, but we've been thinking about all of the places you can take your pushchair so that everyone can enjoy the festivities together!
1. Choosing the Christmas tree
One of the most exciting parts of Christmas for our little ones, don't let baby miss out on the antics and take them along in their pram too!
2. Christmas Markets
There's nothing quite like a traditional Christmas market to get you into the spirit of things. Taking your pushchair along can give baby a cosy space to nap or a handy place to rest their weary legs when they get tired. It's even better that you have somewhere to store all of those goodies!
3. Ice rink
Yes, you read that right! The ice rink! Lots of ice rinks now have pushchair and wheelchair friendly sessions where you can take your baby onto the ice safely strapped into their set of wheels! Why not give your local ice rink a ring and see if they offer this fabulous service.
4. Santa's Grotto
Seeing their faces light up when they visit Santa is just priceless. Why not wheel your pushchair in if baby is napping or tired - we're sure Santa won't mind!
Some of you love it, some of you loath it but your little one won't even realise it's happening from the comfort of their pushchair!
6. Christmas Carol Concert
Your toddler can join in with the singing too if you take them along to the carol service in their pushchair. You never know, the wintery carols might even send them off to sleep!
A solid tradition for many families, especially at Christmas time, church services are often held at times that don't always fit with baby's routine. Take the pushchair along and they can sleep, rest or play letting you relax and enjoy the festive service.
If the party's in full swing and going home for bedtime isn't an option then why not take your pushchair for your little one to crawl into when it all gets too much.
9. Winter Wonderland
Winter Wonderlands bring the magic of Christmas to life and are so much fun for all of the family. Visiting one can be a long day, so taking your pushchair might ease the strain if you have younger children.
10. A winter walk
It's our favourite time of year to walk. Crisp winter walks with the family can provide us with precious memories for the future. Which pushchair will you be walking with this Christmas?
Where will you be visiting this Christmas with your pushchair?