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Alicia Holz 2 kids; Fond du Lac, Wisconsin 535 posts
31st Oct '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting Kelly&Coralie:</b>" This is what i hear a lot of but I don't have a car so we walk everywhere. Cora gets tired easily. I'm just kinda sick of everything thinking I'm lazy."</blockquote>



my daughters 4 and hasnt beenin astroller since she was 3 she turns 5 in nov we just dont do alot and sit down and take alot of breaks..and not ubeing lazy lots of parents just dont want to watch there kids so its easier on them

Kelly&Coralie 1 child; Rochester, New York 55087 posts
31st Oct '12
Quoting Jas ♥:" People will always have something to say. We use those little cart thingies in the mall to put the kids in."


I know

But for some reason I'm a bit sensitive to this issue. Maybe becasue I'm a bit embarassed to have a 4 year old who prefers the stroller. I wish I could just throw it out and that she would walk everywhere. But with not having a car and having to walk literally everywhere, it's just not realisitic

Ellie. 34 kids; Arizona 25368 posts
31st Oct '12
Quoting OmegaDucks!:" My daughter's feet could hit the ground when she was 2. There's no way she could handle a 3 mile walk at 2."


Oh I dont care if kids are in strollers or not... I just thought of when he said that and it cracks me up.

Just Ames 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Montego Bay, Jamaica 114793 posts
31st Oct '12

My Son will be 4 in December and he LOVES his stroller. Not to mention, he is a very curious wild child and if he's not in the stroller, he wears a harness. When this baby is born we do not plan to get a Sit and Stand however, if he hasn't calmed himself then we'll invest in one.



Those who have a problem can eat shit :)

Alicia Holz 2 kids; Fond du Lac, Wisconsin 535 posts
31st Oct '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting Kelly&Coralie:</b>" I know But for some reason I'm a bit sensitive to this issue. Maybe becasue I'm a bit embarassed ... [snip!] ... and that she would walk everywhere. But with not having a car and having to walk literally everywhere, it's just not realisitic"</blockquote>




you should get her a wagon i bet she would love

Just Ames 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Montego Bay, Jamaica 114793 posts
31st Oct '12
Quoting Alicia Holz:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Kelly&Coralie:</b>" This is what i hear a lot of but ... [snip!] ... sit down and take alot of breaks..and not ubeing lazy lots of parents just dont want to watch there kids so its easier on them"


Derp, derp how old are you anyway? You type like a child. Anyway, You asked them and they said this?



Yeah, no.

Kelly&Coralie 1 child; Rochester, New York 55087 posts
31st Oct '12
Quoting Alicia Holz:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Kelly&Coralie:</b>" I know But for some reason I'm a bit ... [snip!] ... to walk literally everywhere, it's just not realisitic"</blockquote> you should get her a wagon i bet she would love"



A. How is a wagon any different than a stroller?

and B. How the heck am I supposed to get a wagon onto a city bus?

JΔS Georgia 70894 posts
31st Oct '12
Quoting Kelly&Coralie:" I know But for some reason I'm a bit sensitive to this issue. Maybe becasue I'm a bit embarassed ... [snip!] ... and that she would walk everywhere. But with not having a car and having to walk literally everywhere, it's just not realisitic"


Sera will be 4 next month and she loves the stroller. She just thinks its fun. I'll only put her in one if we will be walking around for a long time. I really don't care what people think, they can go put a spiked bat up their arse.

Just Ames 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Montego Bay, Jamaica 114793 posts
31st Oct '12
Quoting Alicia Holz:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Kelly&Coralie:</b>" I know But for some reason I'm a bit ... [snip!] ... to walk literally everywhere, it's just not realisitic"</blockquote> you should get her a wagon i bet she would love"

Why? She loves her stroller. What's the difference?

JΔS Georgia 70894 posts
31st Oct '12
Quoting Kelly&Coralie:" A. How is a wagon any different than a stroller? and B. How the heck am I supposed to get a wagon onto a city bus?"


I hate those damn things.

OmegaDucks! Japan 615 posts
31st Oct '12
Quoting Alicia Holz:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Kelly&Coralie:</b>" This is what i hear a lot of but ... [snip!] ... sit down and take alot of breaks..and not ubeing lazy lots of parents just dont want to watch there kids so its easier on them"


You have the option of dragging ass everyday. Not everyone does. Some times you have to get somewhere and shit needs to get done or you have an appt. to get to. Not to mention the stroller is absolutely amazing on the train when there's never a seat and you don't want your kid touching those nasty poles.

drunk faith1 1 child; Alabama 10081 posts
31st Oct '12

I think it's fine. If it works for you, go for it. People who think it's 'lazy' have obviously never tried to make a tired child walk when he/she does not want to.

JΔS Georgia 70894 posts
31st Oct '12
Quoting Alicia Holz:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Kelly&Coralie:</b>" This is what i hear a lot of but ... [snip!] ... sit down and take alot of breaks..and not ubeing lazy lots of parents just dont want to watch there kids so its easier on them"


You need to spell check and use some punctuation dear. Oh and pull your head out of your gaping a*****e.

OmegaDucks! Japan 615 posts
31st Oct '12
Quoting Alicia Holz:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Kelly&Coralie:</b>" I know But for some reason I'm a bit ... [snip!] ... to walk literally everywhere, it's just not realisitic"</blockquote> you should get her a wagon i bet she would love"


Wagons are giant and no different from using a stroller.

EnnaBennaBanana 2 kids; Maryland 6168 posts
31st Oct '12
Quoting Kelly&Coralie:" When you see 4-5-6 and older kids in a stroller, what do you think?"


Nothing. I know when I was 4 sometimes when I got tired I'd ask to ride in the stroller and my mom let me. I see nothing wrong with it. Unless it's used ALOT.