5. But I'm obsessed with STROLLERS. Isn't that odd for someone who really has no clue and doesn't even have a baby on the way?
I've always noticed strollers, but I think I fell for them this past summer. I couldn't help but notice of the NY moms out walking with their adorable strollers. I had a few blocks walk to and from the train station. I often spotted some of the following strollers. Funny enough, I remember standing at a street corner waiting to cross standing next to what I thought was the most adorable stroller. Knowing I have a bad short term memory, I wrote down the name to do further investigation.
It's pitiful that I've included so many pics on this post. I should just linked them. But I wanted to see them all listed out.This is the Bugaboo Cameleon. I love the bassinet addition even though it has a short life of use. I used to think this one was a bit odd, but it might be my absolute favorite now. It's the Xplory Stokke. This is just a random pic online but it helps to see how proportional it is. Since I'm extremely tall, I assume it has its advantages to the baby being higher. I pushed one around in a store one time and it seems so smooth. I didn't have to bend over with it either. So many strollers I have to hover to push--I can't stand that. It's really versatile. The bummer is that there is no where to put you're baby bag.
I used to think the Baby Orbit was the greatest. It has a neat concept. It can turn every direction on the stand and is supposed to be super easy to get in and out of the car. I think I'm over this one now though. I've heard it's really heavy. This is the Micralite Toro. I don't know a ton about this one actually. But I wouldn't mind learning more about it. This is just the bassinet to the Quinny Buzz. They come in a ton of different colors. It's a lot like the Cameleon. The handles adjust up and down too which is key for me.