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Baby Jogger Strollers, Journal #4: Playground Paparazzi

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One of the big attractions for tourists coming to Los Angeles is decidedly the celebrity culture.

I’ve been a personal assistant and I’ve been in the line of fire of those pesky, camera-wielding gnats known as paparazzi. I’ve seen it all, man.

Today, I’m talking about celebrity-watching and how to go about it FOR REAL.

Here’s the final installment in a series of videos talking about being a dad and wielding an almighty stroller. I hope you enjoy them, and give them a THUMBS UP OVER HERE.

Having trouble? CLICK HERE! This video was shot using my iPhone and a prayer!

So, there you go. Now you too can gawk at celebrities like a tourist whether you live here or not. Keep this little secret between us.

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Disclosure/Disclaimer Thing: This is a sponsored post for Baby Jogger. This post is my own opinion and my crazytalk doesn’t necessarily reflect the opinions of Baby Jogger or its staff. Who are obviously smart enough to hire us.


4 Responses to “Baby Jogger Strollers, Journal #4: Playground Paparazzi”

  1. Rebecca says:

    LOL such a Creeper! Cute video though. I would have taken my daughter to the park and run into some celeb and be in awe but never take a video, then again I dont live in the States, so not much chance for that oppertunity. too hot anyway

  2. Kenny says:

    But, this means I’m limited to only seeing the stars that have kids or the creepy stars who don’t have kids but want to hang out at a park.

    And, for sure, the next time I see you out in public, I will accost you. Ok. Maybe not. I will just fangirl you. Wait. That’s not right either. I’ll fangurl you. Yeah. That’s better!

  3. Nick says:

    Amazing video! I got an amazing laugh out of it. I’m a commercial photographer and have been asked by some tabloids in the past to take pictures of celebrities and their kids at parks, and always refuse because it is rather creepy.

  4. Lies says:

    I’d definitely recognize you!
    And I usually don’t acknowledge celebreties because I think it must be weird for them to walk around and always get these gawking looks from people… but you are not famous enough, so I will acknowledge you, okay?
    (If I EVER come to Los Angeles, that is. Which is not very likely, if I ever come to the US i’ll more likely spend my days in the rocky mountains… But hey, you can come to Belgium and I will recognize you here, okay?)

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