Happy Thanksgiving! Hope you and yours had a day full of family, friends, and food.

This is me demonstrating how thankful I am for devices that keep my screaming child contained while I attempt to run a 5k in the cold with over 30,000 other people.

Thankful for daddy transportation. It’s efficient and much better views than the stroller.

Thankful for interest in utensils, love for my cranberry sauce and for a mouth full of teeth and permission to eat any and all solids.

Just… thankful.

Kendall is nearly 19 months, and will someone just tell me how the hell that happened?

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  1. Would you mind telling me what kind of jogging stroller you use? We’re expecting our first baby in May, and I’ve been trying to do some research and figure out which kind of jogging stroller we might want.


  2. Ashleigh, it’s a BOB Ironman, and we love it. It’s been, by far, the most used stroller out of the three (Quinny Buzz and Maclaren Volo being the other two). We chose the Ironman, which has a fixed wheel, over the BOB Revolution with the swivel front wheel that can be temporarily fixed into position because we didn’t plan to use this as our everyday stroller and knew we would be taking it with us frequently for long runs. If you’re going to just be running a couple miles at a time a few times a week, and would also like to use it as an everyday stroller, look into the Revolution. Hope that helps!

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