There is literally no reason for a baby stroller to be bigger than this
>>1915048what if my baby wants to be comfortable?
If you live in a place where you're pressed for space against strollers thats a you problem
>>1915064>Little Timmy, 6 months old, will remember this insultHistory has shown us fucking babies can be comfortable strapped to a wooden board.
>>1915064Its not about the baby dipass. Its about the mommy pushing it being comfortable
>>1915048Reason for a bigger or adjustable chair: very young babies, kids growReason for better isolation and a roof: bad weatherReason for a cargo space below: Grocery shopping, longer tripsReason for bigger wheels: longer trips on dirt roads, snow
>>1915093One of my earliest memories is sitting inside a stroller with one of those plastic coverings on top because it was raining as my mom pushed me along. Thank you mom :)
>>1915048>not being able to afford multiple strollers for various situationsHoly fuck, why are you so poor, OP?
>>1915048>small wheels>no cargo areayou don't even know what being alone with a baby is
>>1915161this so much
>>1915161For me it's a fully suspended 29er baby stroller
>>1915095Those tiny cheap strollers are actually horrendous to push around. The wheels constantly go in the wrong direction or get stuck, and the stroller can't handle anything but the smoothest pavement. They're not typically capable of being pushed in a straight line one handed even on the best of sidewalks. The larger strollers/joggers are actually the easiest to push and the easiest to control because of their superior build quality and superior tires. t. push a stroller around near daily, have tried big ones and the lil cheapo
>>1915048>strollersnope, for me it's going to be the baby sling until they're old enough to walk and then they're walking everywhere. The stroller is baby indoctrination into cager life, it's an unnecessary inefficient mode held back by expensive infrastructure (sidewalks) and induced demand (double wide stroller sidewalk traffic).
>>1915048>There is literally no reason for a baby stroller to be bigger than this>t. never had kids or owned a strollerThose lightweight strollers are for when the kid is a bit older and can walk but not very far or fast. When they're still a bab you're going to want one of those big fat bulky strollers.>>1915523I used a sling with my kids occasionally but more often than not I'd use the stroller so that they could be left in the bassinet to sleep.>>1915203>One of my earliest memories is sitting inside a stroller with one of those plastic coverings on top because it was raining as my mom pushed me alongBased, me too
>>1915093>History has shown us fucking babies can be comfortable strapped to a wooden board....Uh... ... ... Maybe don't put the words "fucking" and "babies" right next to each other, bro...
>>1915488Oh we agree. The big jump as you mentioned was when they went from shopping cart wheels to 12" and 16" with rubber tires.Its also nice to have a sunshade but thats been in most strollers for decades
>>1915048just make the lazy bastard walk
>parent thread on 4chan
>>1915048Those tiny wheels get caught in the smallest pavement cracks. The hammock style seat is uncomfortable. Babies often fall asleep on walks so a reclining seat is essential for keeping their airways open and clear. A suspension system allows the parent to continue their errands without waking the sleeping child. A retractable roof buffers noise and rain which preventing sunburn. A bottom storage area is essential for carrying diaper supplies, food, and changes of clothing. Cup holders are essential for milk and water bottles. I recommend the citymini
This is the apex of urban city child transit. The footprint of this vessel is barely larger than the hammock and stick ghetto torture device OP has touted so ardently
this kid is stylin so hard
>>1915488yea for real. when we had our kiddo i wanted to think like OP and looked high and low for a high quality tiny umbrella stroller, for travel and just casual walks, and it absolutely 100% does not exist. i thought maybe it was my million dollar idea, but i think that actually the market is providing more or less what parents want. anyways, fuck strollers, and having infants, and diapers, and all the rest of it. my kid is seven now, rides a bike, and is super rad and my little friendo. babies can take a hike. anything to do with babies is just a misery-minimization strategy. fuck that noise.
>>1915048What if my baby is American?