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    Admin - CPS Technician LISmama810's Avatar
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    Glider Board, X Rider, or something else?

    We're going to Disney World and I need to find a stroller solution. I was a pro at handling this at Disneyland, but those were shorter trips. This time will be many days and a long trip to get there, so we and the kids will likely tire out at some point. Usually I've relied on baby-wearing and sharing the stroller, I'll still wear the younger one a lot, but there will be times I don't want to carry anyone.

    So, anyway.

    Kids in question are 27 months and 4.5 years (about 35 lbs).

    Stroller in question is a BJCM (single, obviously). I also have a BOB Revolution, but I don't think I'm going to take that one unless someone gives me a very convincing reason why I should.

    I want a glider board or something for the 4-year-old, so I thought I'd get the Baby Jogger one, but when I went to Amazon, it turns out I have other options! LOL

    This looks way cool: [ame=""] Englacha 2-In-1 Junior X Rider, Black: Baby[/ame] but is it practical for a 4-year-old? Will I be able to push the stroller?

    What do you do with the boards when you fold the stroller? You need to remove them, right? So if we're using Disney transportation, I'll be stuck holding the thing, huh?

    Do I have other options? Tell me what to do!

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