Life is better on wheels
Have you ever noticed how many things get better when you add wheels? Probably not. We are so used to seeing and using them that we are unaware of their power.
If you’ve seen the Fantastic Beasts saga, you’ll remember one of the main characters, Newt Scamander, carrying his big suitcase full of strange creatures throughout the film. Doesn’t it make you want to put some wheels on it? For me, yes, nowadays I can’t imagine moving around an airport or a station with a suitcase without wheels.
And what about children? Many of us have not lived through the era of wheeled backpacks. What a great invention for the postural health of the little ones and also for the parents who often carry one or two backpacks like sherpas in the Himalayas.
When it comes to shopping, wheels are also very useful. On the one hand, there are the shopping trolleys, without which it would be impossible to do a real monthly shop – where else would we put the mega-boxes of nappies? And the same goes for the baskets – it’s almost impossible to carry a bag, the basket, push a pram and keep track of one or two children at the same time while choosing what to buy. And when it’s time to go home, there’s nothing better than a good trolley to carry all your shopping comfortably. And if it’s foldable, then so much the better.
In the world of babies, wheels play a very important role. Pushchairs, walkers, scooters, bikes… It is clear that children love to be on the move and that they help us as parents enormously.
The same goes for our wheels. It was while looking after our own son that we came up with the idea of giving movement to the bouncer in which he rested and played. At first we thought of making something homemade, just for ourselves, but we soon saw the possibilities that this idea had and so Ride&Go Baby was born, the wheels that help you to look after your baby while he or she enjoys themselves.
And that’s how we became part of the long list of objects that improve enormously when you add wheels. They help you take your baby from one room to another easily, swing him or her while you work or take him or her to the bedroom without fear of awakening him or her if he or she has fallen asleep peacefully. They are the best help for mums who have had caesarean births, for older carers or people with reduced mobility. What are you waiting for to try them out!