Strollers

This Kid Stuff Laying Around Your House Could Make You Money

Krista Thompson | Posted 05.28.2014 | Canada Living
Krista Thompson

Cribs are very popular, and there aren't enough on the resale market. Most parents hang onto one crib for all of their children, and a Health Canada ban on drop side cribs took most cribs off the market a few years ago. This means that if you have a resale crib to sell, it will go fast, as long as you have all of the parts and original instructions.

How To Find A Stroller To Suit Your Lifestyle

The Huffington Post Canada | Shelley White | Posted 02.15.2013 | Canada Living

When it comes to pre-baby spending, no purchase is bigger and more important than the stroller. It’s the mode of transportation you’ll be usin...

In Defence of Strollers on the TTC

Charlotte Singmin | Posted 03.28.2013 | Canada Living
Charlotte Singmin

The latest news about potentially restricting strollers on the TTC upsets me not only as a mom, but also as a proud Torontonian, and as a fellow human being. Imagine if this stroller limit were to pass, what kind of Pandora's box would we be opening, what "inconvenience" would be next? People in wheelchairs, or on crutches? Women carrying numerous grocery bags?

It's Public Transit, People, There Are Going to Be Strollers

Rebecca Cuneo Keenan | Posted 03.26.2013 | Canada Living
Rebecca Cuneo Keenan

Sure, it's a pain to fit a stroller on a bus. I get that. Do you know who else gets that? The parents or caregivers who are trying to take up as little space as possible while placating a baby or toddler on a crowded bus ride and apologizing to every person squeezing past, that's who.

Are Strollers On Public Transit A Nuisance?

Kerry Sauriol | Posted 03.25.2013 | Canada British Columbia
Kerry Sauriol

Not only are buses not designed for strollers (especially folded up), our culture is not designed for it either. People on buses and the Skytrain are not very friendly. They don't appreciate anyone who is not fully compact with those annoying backpacks and totally tuned out on their iPods. Anyone with wheelchairs, bikes, packages or babies are considered an infringement on their right to travel without acknowledging those around them.

In Defence Of 1 Per Cent Strollers

Joshua Ostroff | Posted 03.06.2013 | Canada Living
Joshua Ostroff

Strollers, ironically, come with a lot of baggage. These days, they can cost upwards of $1,000 and are seen as symbols of status and sources of derision. They even comprise their own battle division in the Mommy Wars. My wife may have loved our stroller, but she felt a lot of hating from other moms, online and off.

The Buggy So Cool it's Giving Dads Stroller-Envy

Aviva Rubin | Posted 11.27.2012 | Canada Living
Aviva Rubin

Just when I thought the stroller landscape could get no brighter-coloured, bigger-wheeled, better-equipped, along comes the Origami. While women control the bulk of household spending, decisions about vehicles remain dominated by men. He may have a mini-van in the garage but he has the sports car of strollers -- little storage, lots of chrome and gadgets.

The Best Way To Transport Kids Around

The Huffington Post Canada | Posted 09.10.2012 | Canada Living

Kids can be a lot of things -- cute, entertaining, brilliant. But when it comes to bringing them places, they can also be a bit of a pain. As the ...

Some of the Best Mother's Day Presents Can't Be Bought

Minnow Hamilton | Posted 07.10.2012 | Canada Living
Minnow Hamilton

Instead of telling you what gifts you want for this Mother's Day, we thought we would instead show you three of the seventeen gifts you already have! As you open up those homemade cards and eat burnt toast in bed, take a moment to think about all the little things--the smiles, the hugs and the freshly picked bouquet of dandelions.