Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Consumerism at its Finest

I like to tell people i'm more excited about baby stuff than having the actual baby LOL!  So wrong, yet so true!  The consumer that I am, i've already thought about things that would make my life easier when the time comes that I not only decide to have a child but have a child.  I'm sure i'm only skimming the surface of what I need but this to me is the first step in accepting that this is my future.

1) Bugaboo Cameleon Stroller


I'm pretty sure if you've got "baby fever" the Bugaboo is not only something you've heard of, but something you see around town in all sorts of neighborhoods.  Bugaboo is basically known for their symbol nowadays in moderate parallel with the double CC's and LV's of the mom world.  The whopping $1100+ price tag is enough to scare some people, but to this consumer, it's a fact of life!  Not to sound arrogant, nor that $1100 is an appropriate price to pay for a STROLLER, but ladies and gents, I don't know how to drive, and having a baby on adequate wheels is a life saver and necessary to do your activities of daily living.  Basically the baby will eat, live, breathe on this thing from newborn to an age where they won't take forever to walk a block (maybe 3 years old?).  As Wayne from Wayne's World said, "it will be mine, oh yes, it will be mine." 


I think this will be a nice bonding tool with my child, on top of keeping them safe and warm of course!  I like this over the Baby Bjorn in that I don't have to pay extra to have a lower back support.  This will be nice when i'm going out somewhere and don't feel like lugging around a stroller- say during rush hour traffic times.  However, I do anticipate on this not lasting a long time if I want to maintain some sort of good posture because children get heavy and my back has limits.



I'd first like to say that this baby is absolutely adorable!  I love the name and look of this product, and i'm sure when the baby can hold its head up i'll be using this to interact with the baby at eye level, while keeping them somewhat still.  The risks of course are to not be stupid and put it on top of a table where the baby and bumbo can FALL!   As well, what if the baby's thighs are super chubby? There must be some sort of sizing and age limit on this.

21 comments:

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  2. great selection of baby strollers. thanks for the reviews

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  5. I like to tell people i'm more excited about baby stuff than having the actual baby LOL!

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  6. I'm pretty sure if you've got "baby fever" the Bugaboo is not only something you've heard of, but something you see around town in all sorts of neighborhoods.

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