I"m at Disney now and I LOVE my new stroller!

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  1. labdogs42

    labdogs42 <font color=darkorchid>I managed to wrestle a play

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    I got a Baby Jogger City Mini before this trip and I am totally in LOVE with it!!!:cool1: I got it based on recommendations of fellow DIS-ers, so thank you!!! This thing totally rocks for my tall 3.5 year old! It is roomy and comfortable for him and a breeze to steer and fold up for me. I have had two bags hanging on the handlebars and it doesn't even get tippy! My son has napped in the stroller three days in a row now, so it must be comfy. The sunshade rocks and I just love the look of this stroller. I am so glad that someone told me about this stroller. It is fantastic! Anyway, I'll stop gushing now, but I wanted to share my review with my fellow DIS-ers!
     
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  3. chipscinderelly

    chipscinderelly <font color=3399cc>Victim of a drive-by tag attack

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    AWESOME news!! We have a BJCM for our baby and can't wait to use it in just a few weeks.
     
  4. thegrimdwarf

    thegrimdwarf DIS Veteran

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    That's awesome! It's so hard to love a stroller - I'm glad you found each other!
     
  5. redsfan08

    redsfan08 Earning My Ears

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    Good for you !!

    Have fun.:goodvibes
     
  6. labdogs42

    labdogs42 <font color=darkorchid>I managed to wrestle a play

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    It totally rocks. Oh yeah, get one of these too. That's the only thing the stroller lacks, but for ten bucks, this thing does the job perfectly!
     
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    chipscinderelly <font color=3399cc>Victim of a drive-by tag attack

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    Thanks - wish we had waited when we purchased the parent console from baby jogger as it is priced a bit more. We have it and do appreciate it, however, it only holds one beverage - go figure.

    Do you find your drinks spill while in the buggy buddy? We have found we need to have lids on beverages (learned this at our zoo where no lids/no straw rule)?
     
  8. labdogs42

    labdogs42 <font color=darkorchid>I managed to wrestle a play

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    Hmmm...so far we have only had bottles of water in the drink holders on the buggy buddy. It would probably be fine with lidded drinks, but I think drinks with no lids could be a problem.
     
  9. chipscinderelly

    chipscinderelly <font color=3399cc>Victim of a drive-by tag attack

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    thanks - i don't want the baby to get a shower lol
     
  10. bitlerzx4

    bitlerzx4 DIS Veteran

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    do you think that buggy orgnaizer will work for all types of strollers?
     
  11. labdogs42

    labdogs42 <font color=darkorchid>I managed to wrestle a play

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    I know it works on my Peg Aria, Chicco c0.5 (similar handles to a Mac), and the Baby Jogger City Mini, so I'd think it would work on any stroller that lacks cupholders. It attaches with velcro, so it is pretty versatile/
     
  12. littlelulu33

    littlelulu33 Mouseketeer

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    Will the buggy organizer fold up when the stroller folds up? We have the Inglesina Zippy and we have been trying to find one that will squish enough for the stroller to still close.
     
  13. aprild

    aprild Mouseketeer<br><font color=00a3dd>I have a strange

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    ok, those strollers look really really great, but can anyone recommend a less expensive stroller?

    we have a fold up type of stroller, but it seems bulky.

    thanks!
     
  14. labdogs42

    labdogs42 <font color=darkorchid>I managed to wrestle a play

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    s for a less expensive stroller that does the job, I'd check the unofficial stroller thread and see what might be over there.
     
  15. wilder2244

    wilder2244 Earning My Ears

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    That is so good to hear! We leave for our trip Oct. 15 and after lots of research, we ordered that exact stroller to take with us. I can't wait to get it and use it. And I am so glad you are enjoying it -- lots like we made a good choice.
     
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    wilder2244 Earning My Ears

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    I am still deciding on what components I need -- did you order the rain cover? If not, what are you using. Also we'll be flying and I've considered getting the travel bag but it seems pretty expensive at $50. Any experience or suggestions with this? Thanks for your input!
     
  17. labdogs42

    labdogs42 <font color=darkorchid>I managed to wrestle a play

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    I didn't get a rain cover or a travel bag. I had a raincover from my Graco Quattro Tour that fit fine. I haven't had to use it this week, but I put it on at home and it covered it well. I always gate check my stroller, so I didn't invest in a bag. I'd probably only get a bag if ai was checking my stroller as luggage.
     

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