Friday, February 12, 2010

I Promise You, We Aren't

But, that does not stop me from researching every possible baby stroller I'd buy if we were. I'd totally go for this one if it were up to me and money was no object.

It's modern and lovely and I even watched a review of it on youtube. What is wrong with me?

And, just remember...I am NOT pregnant. I promise I would tell you guys in a much cooler way. ; )

Happy weekend!

xoxo

14 comments:

Leslie G said...

That is nice! Sometimes it seems when you get into that price range that the strollers somehow get more ridiculous looking. That one looks practical! Start saving your pennies!

Jenny @ Anything Pretty said...

Love it....and I just might do the same thing. So not pregnant but looking at baby stuff is so much fun.

stephanie michele said...

I, too, research the stroller and am not pregnant :) Personally, this one is my fav (if money wasn't an object):

http://www.orbitbaby.com/products/ois.html

Megandvd@Beauty in the Attempt said...

When I was pg, the stroller decision actually had me DREAMING about them. I don't know why but the stroller was an obsession. I lusted after ones that had a bassinet component, but 3 years ago..you couldn't touch one under $800. Looking back on the whole WB drama that I turned it into..maybe it was a nightmare.

Hehe! I was thrilled you came by my blog. Thank you for the sweet words.

Cheers~
e

Helena - A Diary of Lovely said...

oooh I feel you, some years ago I went totally obsessed with Bugaboos! Painful for everyone around me

SweDaisy said...

Hey there,

Funny we just got this stroller for our little Bunny. We bought it in green. I have to say it's amazing. It is light weight and easy to handle (which is important for me being 4'11) I can get it in and out of the car easily and driving it is a breeze.

I also like the option of the bassinet because "they" say you shouldn't leave an infant in their car seat for long periods of time. So shopping in the mall or a day at the zoo is safer for them to be in the bassinet. I think it has to do with their neck position and being able to breath properly.

The UppaBaby also has one of the largest bottom baskets. We have a SkipHop Duo Deluxe double diaper bag (also one of the biggest in the market size wise) and when it is in the basket there is still almost half the basket still left.

I say start saving now, put it on your registry, keep any money you are given for this stroller. It's totally worth it.

Take care,
Lisa

BabyBurns said...

Nothing wrong with looking! I did the same thing, fell in love with the Stokke and bought it as soon as I hit 2nd tri :)

sarah said...

LOL. There are a million things I'd want if it were up to me and money was no object. Ah...to dream, right? :)

Debra L. said...

I can't wait till Emily calls me and tells me you are pregnant ; )

Suzie said...

Hmmmmm..... :)

Sharstin said...

I love this stroller! and you might as well look; so when you are preggers you know what you like:)

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Carly said...

I had to laugh at this... I bought that stroller - exact one (color and all!) and returned it. My daughter loved her carseat and I NEVER used the bassinet. I felt like I was paying extra $$ for the bassinet that I never used. Anyway - I still wonder if I did the right thing. I ended up getting the Bumbleride Indie, which I love... but the UppaBaby still haunts me ; ) I bought the Uppababy G-Luxe umbrella just to make myself feel better.

And... even if you aren't.... a baby Joi would be welcomed at DP anytime! :)

Juliana said...

We have that stroller and LOVE it!!!!!! It is totally ok to shop and look way before!

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