But when a good friend of mine offered me a great deal on her almost new double BOB I had to seriously consider it. With another baby coming, I knew that we had hundreds of miles to go in our double stroller running years and starting fresh could be a good idea. I tossed it around for a while, because thanks to the same amazing Dad who gifted me the stroller, he's also gifted me the blessing/curse of sentimentality. My brain won over my heart and I accepted the deal, and quickly found a buyer for our old stroller. I put on a brave face when I told Miss Mak that our stroller was going to a new home, and that we had an awesome new, red one now. When she started to cry, I started to cry and let's face it, we were a wreck. I know some of you will relate, and others thing I'm absolutely insane to cry over a stroller, but those strollers hold such a sacred place in our lives as moms and kids. The comfort, the memories, the miles.
You know it's bad when you're looking back at summer vacation photos and your daughter doesn't say "I miss grandma and grandpa" but she does say "I REALLY miss that stroller".
And word to the wise: don't sell a stroller you love. I've cried like 5 times writing this post.
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