As a purveyor of all things pint-sized and posh, we are constantly surveying the parents we pass to gain some perspective into our products. Hey, we love ALL of our products, but we can’t have everything. So, we pick and choose our faves. What’s interesting is seeing what faves are picked elsewhere.
This time of year, our sights are set on the stroller. Christmas shopping of its own accord is close to a nightmare, but add a kid or two and all their accoutrements and, well, you better hope your kid gear and gadgets are still holding up.
Navigating holiday crowds is hard enough, but add a bulky stroller and it’s madness. When my children were babies (there I go again, sounding just like my grandmother always did), I had a double tandem stroller that was huge and bulky and heavy. I had to push it bent at a 90-degree angle to gain the power necessary to make it move.
Times have changed. Strollers now pivot and swivel and collapse and expand…very space-age considering what I had to deal with. I vaguely remember standing on the non-collapsing stroller in the parking lot, trying in vain to get it to fold. ALL. THE. WAY. DOWN.
Strollers today give the city slicker (or suburban mall mom) sleek maneuverability. We likey. Very, very much.
Expecting a baby? Check out our whole collection. There’s something for the city slicker or mall mom in all of us.