As the mediacircusswirls over limiting strollers on the already-limited TTC, and the trollscrawl out of every crevice to admonish women who dare to leave the house with their babies, my face settles into a knowing scowl.
It’s no surprise that some folks feel others have no right to take up space; it’s an old and tired song. It seems like everyone has a strong opinion about which people are entitled to what services, and the thing that seems to unite them is their utter selfishness.
We were very lucky to have friends and family generously donate baby items. So lucky in fact, that we received two strollers from two different family members. Both were in excellent condition and were greatly appreciated. My husband and I didn’t know a thing about strollers, so it was nice to not have to research one baby item out of the thousands that are out there.
One of the strollers was very functional looking. It had a large storage area under and cup holders above. The fabric was a safe white and blue pattern. It was a Greco.
The other stroller was space-aged. It was tall and sleek, with hydraulics and air tires. The fabric was a kitschy lime green and turquoise. It was a Quinny. Read more...