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user banned 1 child; Boston, Massachusetts 30985 posts
13th Feb '13
Quoting ma ♥:" We go to theme parks a little more than occasionally, we go just about every other weekend. If we're ... [snip!] ... don't bring a stroller with you? & All of the umbrella strollers I've seen have a lower weight limit than what he weighs."


My 2 year old has a Chicco Liteway which is an umbrella stroller, has a basket, and lays down. I keep that in the trunk. It was very cheap, $140 I believe.



Instead of getting another stroller for your preschool aged child I would work on building up their stamina to handle all the theme park trips you take. There's really no reason a 4 year old shouldnt be able to keep up. Especially with so much down time on rides, shows, eating, etc..

ma ♥ 1 child; California 63053 posts
13th Feb '13
Quoting shes*almost*one!:" My 2 year old has a Chicco Liteway which is an umbrella stroller, has a basket, and lays down. I keep ... [snip!] ... really no reason a 4 year old shouldnt be able to keep up. Especially with so much down time on rides, shows, eating, etc.."


Is it really that uncommon for him to still use a stroller at this age?? I see a ton of kids at theme parks & the zoo in strollers, most of them look right around the same age as him...

ash & brooklynn +2 Due February 27; 2 kids; St Paul, Minnesota 16891 posts
15th Feb '13

Brooke is 40 lbs and I still put her in her Mcclaren at Mall Of America because there are just too many people I get nervous and she still has plenty of weight to go to not be able to use it.