Ode to the Quinny Zapp Xtra

Elizabeth and the Quinny in the harsh, cold winter!

Elizabeth and the Quinny in the harsh, cold winter!

My final post as a QuinnyCaster!!

Six months ago, my daughter and I,
Won a Quinny Zapp Xtra that would change our lives,
At three months old she was small and grumpy,
Full of milk (and a little bit trumpy)
Half a year later she’s twice the size
But still she loves the Quinny, her prize.

Back then in the pram she would face me, her mummy,
Pulling strange faces we all thought were funny
Now she looks out on the world from her mobile throne
All the way from the nursery to her loving home
Baba baba, she jabbers away,
As we walk home and go for a play.

When we first saw our Quinny, folded so small
Not big, or fat, or wide, or tall
Wow we were happy, and very amazed
It’s not at all crappy, man we were dazed
From Dorset to Dundee we’ve travelled so far
It’s a really good job that it fits in my car

When Elizabeth went in the pram she would sleep
For hours of walking we’d hear not a peep
Even when the ride is bumpy,
Because the Quinny is so very comfy
It’s given my baby such a wonderful start,
So the Quinny Zapp Xtra will stay in my heart.

So long, QuinnyCasters!

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4 Responses to Ode to the Quinny Zapp Xtra

  1. Cute poem! Your daughter looks snug as a bug in her Zapp!

  2. kitchenkate says:

    Thank you! It’s her favourite place to sleep!

  3. Jennie says:

    Hi. I am in your comments group for April. Looks like being a Quinny Caster was great fun! My twins Esther and William are 8 months old. I love your poem, I write poetry too. Look forward to getting to know you better over the coming weeks x

  4. Emma says:

    Hello!! Love that first picture, she would fit in well over here! Hope the move went well! Emma

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