Who wants a ride?
Now I'm a taxi! Our newest seating configuration allows space for an extra person--my favorite use for the Mundo. This was the first chance I've gotten to give it a go with someone heavier than 35lbs. I was thrilled to find out how easy it is to have a big person on the back, much better than them hanging off the very end as we've done a couple of times. The ride was comfortable for both of us, not too cramped or too intimate.
Also, we have new cargo friends! Amy and Ryan packed up their sweet kiddos and joined us this morning for a chilly Little Loop ride to Doughbots. We were lucky enough to get there just in time to clean out the rest of their last batch of yummy doughnuts.
We got to test out the many seating combinations of the Mundo.
It's great to have so many options. If either needs a change to scenery or a seatbelt, we have both available. I like Little Brother being up front but Jose can't fit behind the Yepp as easily. Sometimes they get too wiggly and need to be separated or Big Brother needs a nap and can't be trusted on the deck outside the Peanut Shell. And we now have the ability to take a full-sized adult along with us (thanks, Tara, for being a great guinea pig!).
Finally, our other exciting adventure for today--Golf Rush Days in Old Town. The road is covered in dirt, it's closed to cars, and gun fights happen on the hour, every hour. We popped into Practical Cycle so Big Brother could be put to good use and do some work. He told us that when he grows up, he's going to be a worker guy at Tim-Cassidy's.
11/4/2019 06:03:39 pm
Hey, there. I know this post was seven years ago, but would you be willing to give details on the sunshade arrangements you're using with the two kid seats? Thanks -- you can answer here, or email me directly. -Brian
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