Confession: I still envy the fancy strollers of my city-dwelling mama counterparts. But raising four kids in the suburbs doesn’t present much of a rationale for much more than the bare basics. At least, that’s what I thought until I was introduced to the newest stroller from Phil&Ted’s.
Let’s just say now I know what I’ve been missing all these years. And why everyone raves about their strollers.
However, don’t think that you have to be cruising cobblestoned city streets to own one of these. Unlike lots of larger-frame strollers I’ve tried, it fits easily into a car trunk, so you will actually take it with you rather than leave it in the garage relegated to neighborhood walks.
I’m super impressed with the thoughtfulness and versatility of the Dot, with everything from zip-off fabric for easy cleaning and main seat recline so your kids can lie flat and sleep, to adapters that turn it into a baby pram and a double stroller with the backseat rider feature Phil&Ted’s is known for.