Rewind a year or so ago.
I can remember roaming the aisles at Target looking for one of those small umbrella strollers that could fit in the back of my car because I was tired of hauling around a huge one. I ended up buying a cheap, blue, twenty dollar stroller only for it to break a few weeks later. Pushing it was a complete joke. One of the tires was crooked and wouldn't even spin when I pushed the stroller. It was the biggest waste of twenty bucks ever, sorry no offense Target, I still love you.
I ended up trashing the stroller.
I went back to lugging around the huge stroller, and it became a bigger pain as time went on.
I don't know If I am the only one that sometimes takes Case in a stroller into the grocery store to avoid sickness germs on the carts, but I do. I almost always use a stroller when out and about. He just does better in one.
Ever since the horrific blue stroller event, I have been on the hunt for a smallish stroller that folds up like an umbrella stroller, but that is built to actually be used for real life human babies, not dolls.
Now fast forward to a few months ago.
I found Summer's 3Dlite + Convenience Stroller. It's so lightweight and did everything I wanted it to do.
Let's just say, I will never buy a cheap twenty dollar stroller from Target. EVER again.
There are three main things I love about this stroller.
First it is lightweight and folds up small. This was the main thing I was looking for in a small stroller. It needed to fit in the back of my car without taking up the whole back cargo area.
Second, it is so comfortable for Case to sit in. It actually has padding in it, and strap pads for comfort. On and did I mention it has a canopy that actually covers him from the sun?! It also reclines, which was a huge win for me.
Last, it has so many good features. It has HUGE cargo space underneath it. I still can't wrap my mind around how a stroller this small can hold so much stuff, but it can. It is a lifesaver when out and about, because there really can never be enough storage on a stroller in my opinion. It also has a cup holder and a cell phone holder. But the very best hands down thing for me was the height of the handles. It's actually tall enough for me AND Collin. We don't have to hunch over to push the dang thing. HALLELUJAH.
I have loved having this stroller, and would recommend it to anyone asking. Though this stroller was given to us in exchange for our honest review, I would hands down spend the money to buy it. It's that great.
Let me know if you have any questions about the stroller. Shoot me an email at Incaseyouredown@gmail.com I am always happy to answer any questions you guys have!