A walk with my Stokke in Madrid
A few days ago, I had the opportunity to test the new Stokke® Scoot™, the urban pram from the Norwegian company Stokke; so we decided to spend the morning in Alcalá de Henares and try it out.
This town is known for its University and for being the city where Miguel de Cervantes was born in XVI th. The day was sunny and beautiful, so we really enjoyed walking through its arcaded streets, visiting the cathedral, the birthplace of the famous writer and sitting close to the University of Alcalá .
Despite being cobbled streets, with Stokke® Scoot™ we could travel around the city without problems, thanks to its big wheels and easy handling. In addition, taking advantage of the opportunity switch the seat position, we feed our baby on the street, as if in a highchair.
I like the Stokke® Scoot™ for its versatility. It has three seating positions, which are very easy to change, and the same applies to the footrests. And you can also put the chair two ways, so when the child is sitting forward facing, he can see and experience all there is in front of him.
Although undoubtedly for me, what I value most is that it folds up in a very compact way and the chair does not need to be removed when folding it, which is one of the drawbacks of my previous pram.
A fantastic day in good company, what more could you ask for?
—Monica Diago | Architect by trade and passionate about beautiful things and being a great mother.