How I Learned to Stop Hating and Ride the Bus.

“This One’s for the Trolls!” or How I Learned to Stop Hating and Ride The Bus


Like most Torontonians I am not, apparently, here to make friends. As the media circus swirls over limiting strollers on the already-limited TTC, and the trolls crawl 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… Read More »

Momedy, Sex-Revealing Baby Cakes and the Two Questions All Parents Should Ask Themselves


What the cool parents are reading today: 1. Momedy, or comedy for moms, is hard to define. But STFU Parents knows it when she sees it. 2. All parents of young kids should ask themselves, “Is my child more shy or anxious than other kids their age?” and “Is my kid more worried than other… Read More »

News Round-Up Dec. 1: Moms Judging Moms, Busy Kids and A Terrifyingly Convenient Stroller


What we’re reading today: 1. Does your son or daughter celebrate when a practice is canceled? You kid might be too busy. Here’s how to check. 2. Moms are too judgey with other moms. Let’s ease up a little. 3. Know any adoptive parents? Here’s what not to say to them. 4. Some kids are… Read More »

News Round-Up July 25: British Kids’ TV Needs More (Non-Princess) Girls, Kids Before Marriage and the $1500 Stroller


What we’re reading today: 1. Some parents are planning their kids around when the $ 1,500 adaptable stroller will be available: “Hey, I’m thinking of having my second, so when do you think you’re going to have the stroller?” 2. With gay marriage now legal and happening in New York state, the New York Times… Read More »

News Round-Up May 9: Botoxing Kids Is a Hoax, Moms Take On Pricey Daycare and Some Kids Are Just Too Big For Their Strollers


What we’re reading today: 1. How big is too big for a stroller? Salon talks to the Laura Miller about her Too Big for Stroller blog. Miller says, “When the kid’s knees are bent up, when their feet are dragging on the ground,” they’re probably too big. 2. Speaking of judging other people’s parenting skills,… Read More »

Village of the Prammed


Megan Pettit shares stories from a new mom 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… Read More »


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