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A Jogger Stroller As Seen by its Passenger

Posted by on June 14th, 2013, under INSTRUCTIONAL DIAGRAMS

A Jogger Stroller As Seen by its Passenger the Graco Featuring the FastAction Fold Jogger Click Connect Travel System

Selecting a stroller is basically like buying a car. It can have all the weighing, uncertainty and overwhelm for prospective or expecting parents. Some may even try performing the traditional showroom tire kick. Don’t. Dismayed store clerks will just wind up speaking to you really slowly after that.

Remember, though, you’re not buying a ride for yourself really. You’re just a pushy pedestrian; your kid is the one who’s going to clock all the miles in it. So, try looking at it through their eyes. Imagine yourself in their shoes or knitted booties. It’s okay if you suck your thumb a little bit to get into the role, no one will judge. Ask yourself, how will my little one like it?

Think about it, this is actually going to be their REAL first set of wheels!

No pressure, though.

Graco FastAction™ Fold Jogger Click Connect™ Travel System
Check out the jogger featured in this Instructional Diagram. For more details or how to purchase it and its accompanying car seat, click here!

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Disclosure: Graco sponsored this post and may or may not have been sorely disappointed that I didn’t illustrate Charlie and myself in their stroller. No babies or toddlers were consulted for the information provided in this Instructional Diagram, instead it was based on the insight of childish adults.

4 Comments

4 Responses to “A Jogger Stroller As Seen by its Passenger”

  1. Jo says:

    ‘Blinding ball of light’ and ‘portal to a demension’ are my favorites! You crack me up!

  2. just Plain Jason says:

    I just wish that we could trade places once in a while. Make the animal boy push me while I rode in style and screamed…

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