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****************** Skillet&JaceyBoy'sMama 18 kids; Wisconsin 9586 posts
27th Dec '12

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Socialist 1 child; Washington 17393 posts
27th Dec '12

I'd make the four year old walk and just get a stroller for the newb.



My kid hasn't been in a stroller since she was 2, and I've never regretted tossing the f****r out.

Samantha (+ 1.5) Due September 14 (boy); 1 child; Rhode Island 6668 posts
27th Dec '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting Socialist:</b>" I'd make the four year old walk and just get a stroller for the newb. My kid hasn't been in a stroller since she was 2, and I've never regretted tossing the f****r out."</blockquote>




:!: I personally think 4 is too old for a stroller.

Socialist 1 child; Washington 17393 posts
27th Dec '12
Quoting Samanthaaaa ♥:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Socialist:</b>" I'd make the four year old walk and just get ... [snip!] ... 2, and I've never regretted tossing the f****r out."</blockquote> :!: I personally think 4 is too old for a stroller."


I completely agree.

AxylRose 2 kids; Australia 2126 posts
27th Dec '12

Four is far too old for a stroller. He can walk.

MamaTiffy[38-weeks] Due August 2 (girl); 2 kids; Sunnyvale, CA, United States 8737 posts
27th Dec '12

A sit and stand! I was working as a nanny, and have used this for my DD when she was little and the 4 year old I watched.



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Live-Laugh-Love 3 kids; Kitchener, ON, Canada 7990 posts
27th Dec '12

If anything i would get a sit and stand..but even then i would think that was a waste.

MakBeezy+3 Due August 28 (boy); 35 kids; Washington 23347 posts
27th Dec '12
Quoting Socialist:" I'd make the four year old walk and just get a stroller for the newb. My kid hasn't been in a stroller since she was 2, and I've never regretted tossing the f****r out."


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Baby wear :) No need for a stroller. My daughter was 2 when our twins were born and we were fine with the double (just for the twins), our oldest walked everywhere. Now they're 4 and (almost) 2 and either you're walking and being worn here haha.

user banned 1 child; Boston, Massachusetts 30985 posts
27th Dec '12

the 4 year old would walk... how is this even a question...




unless you have the shittiest, most lazy 4 year old on the planet... come on now, thats just gross and LAZY to even think of a 4 year old in a stroller... ew.

Legendary Yo Mama Due January 31 (boy); 12 kids; 724 posts
27th Dec '12

I got a two seater umbrella type stroller off Craigslist for $15. You can stick a newborn in that. Realistically, I'd just make my kid walk. I only let my 4 yr old sot in stroller when I go for 4 mile walks.

Live-Laugh-Love 3 kids; Kitchener, ON, Canada 7990 posts
27th Dec '12
Quoting shes*almost*one!:" the 4 year old would walk... how is this even a question... unless you have the shittiest, most lazy ... [snip!] ... most lazy 4 year old on the planet... come on now, thats just gross and LAZY to even think of a 4 year old in a stroller... ew."


You have the shittiest, most judgmental comments. smh.

hobbit* 3 kids; New Zealand 44783 posts
27th Dec '12

Yea I make the four year old walk too.
Have a look at Phil and ted strollers. They're single with a double attachment. I don't actually know if you can have a carseat attached to it though.



Baby jogger city selects are awesome single strollers with a double attachment. You can attach a carseat to that. They're so nice to push!

FriendsOffBitch Calgary, Alberta 6867 posts
27th Dec '12

my daughter was born 2 days before my son's 4th birthday. I only had a travel system for her.

Skillet&JaceyBoy'sMama 18 kids; Wisconsin 9586 posts
27th Dec '12

Maybe some of you didn't read everything. I am saying, making a child even that young walk around for hours, isn't okay. I'd rather have him have the choice to rest if needed. Even if were not able to stop walking for whatever reason. My DS isn't lazy. But yes, he is very weak due to nutrition issues and such. He is also very hyper, which comes with safety issues. So if he doesn't want to walk, I will let him sit. Also, if we are in a crowded place, wouldn't you feel safer knowing your LO was sitting right there instead of possibly wondering off or who knows what?

Samantha (+ 1.5) Due September 14 (boy); 1 child; Rhode Island 6668 posts
27th Dec '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting shes*almost*one!:</b>" the 4 year old would walk... how is this even a question... unless you have the shittiest, most lazy ... [snip!] ... most lazy 4 year old on the planet... come on now, thats just gross and LAZY to even think of a 4 year old in a stroller... ew."</blockquote>




I think your comments are hilarious.