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Mountain Buggy face to face?
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Posted 21 December 2012 - 11:08 AM
I loved my MB urban jungle with my first, we used the basinette for about the first 3 months, but the one feature I didn't like was that it didn't have a rear facing upright option, as I would have preferred face to face for longeras my daughter would often vry when she couldn't see me, I ended up having to bring the bjorn with me on every walk, not good for my back! So I was delighted when I saw they have bought out a rear facing seat. Has anyone tried this yet?
Number 2 is due soon, there will be a 27 month age gap, I having been considering buying a second hand duo for the 2 of them, using it with the carrycot originally, it appears that mountain buggy doesn't endorse the use of the rear facing seat on the duo but off the record, just wondering whether anyone has tried it? Also, has anyone found their older baby has tolerated forward facing better with a sibling next to them? By that stage I may well be using the single with a scooter attachment more often anyway so won't affect my purchasing decision, just curious.
Thanks in advance for your help.
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