When I first started looking for a pushchair my main requirement was that it was small enough to fit into the boot of my car, a Kia Picanto, possibly the most inappropriate car to try and squeeze a pushchair into. What I thought was extensive research led me to purchase not one, but three, different pushchairs – each having their advantages and disadvantages.
I did not want to be one of those parents who co-sleep. I’d had it drilled in to me that co-sleeping was bad, the risks were high and babies should sleep in their own crib in the parents’ room for the first 6 months. Unfortunately, no one told the boy this.
1. Perfect Prep Machine
Once we realised breast feeding wasn’t working out for us, and that buying pre-mixed formula would work out costly, I managed to convince my boyfriend to buy a Perfect Prep machine. We were lucky enough to find one on a local selling site for £30 but having had it in my life I would happily pay full price.