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Old 10-01-07, 06:10 PM
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For those with more than one child which is the best kind to buy???? I'm driving myself mad. We only bought a Bob Jogging Stroller with Alex and I used that for almost everything (or I carried him). I wanted the perfect stroller (which is impossible) and ended up not getting anything. I'd registered and got a combi, but it was so flimbsy, I took it back. Oh and we had the __?__ (the one you pop the infant car seat into). We used that until he was too heavy to lift it. Then I bought this big stroller for our trip to France and we never used it bc it was too bulky. So, now, Alex will be 3 3/4 and I'm wondering if I'll "need" a double or if I should just one I had. Ugh! It seems like a lot of $$ to spend if I don't use it alot. I'm not a big shopper, etc. Thoughts! I know everyone's preference is different, I'm just driving myself loopy on this.
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Old 10-01-07, 06:11 PM
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Since he is older, I would definetely go for one like the one I got...the sit and stand strollers rock... we got the joovy caboose, but there are plenty of other ones out there.
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Old 10-01-07, 06:16 PM
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I read about it and saw it everywhere when I was in Europe. Looks great. Here's a question though, do you worry your son will get jealous and want to sit when the baby's here? That was my only concern with that. Hmmm
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Old 10-01-07, 06:19 PM
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Ben kept trying to climb in the front seat, but then I told him that the special seat in the back was for him because he is the big brother and he gets to be able to sit or stand or can walk beside us if he wants, he is only a bit over 2, but since I told him that the back was his special seat, when he goes in the baby room where the stroller currently is, he heads straight to the back and says, my seat...my seat!
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Cool! I guess it is all how we frame it huh!
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