Did you hear the horrific story on the news about the 6 month old baby whose buggy blew into Watchet Harbour and was saved by the dock master? What a hero and what a happy ending to something that could have been so tragic. He jumped into the icy sea to bring the buggy and baby to safety and an off duty nurse then gave the baby boy mouth to mouth, before he was taken to hospital by the air ambulance.
I had a horrible buggy experience (not as bad) with Lily a couple of years ago. My mum hadn’t put the brake on the buggy properly and it rolled off the grassy verge down a hill towards a rocky stream. I screamed like a madwoman and a man who was paddling in the stream with his children jumped up and caught the buggy before any damage was done. It was the scariest thing that has ever happened to me. Luckily Lily was fine, just a bit shaken. I learnt my lesson. Always double check the brake is actually on when you are near a hill or road or anything dangerous and I always use my Buggy Tug wrist strap now. A buggy tug would have prevented this awful accident from happening.