So a new mom goes to her pediatrician's office in a "trendy neighborhood" in Manhattan, and everyone there has the same "trendy" stroller except her? The thing is expensive--$900--but they can afford it. She wonders if the money couldn't be put to better use, but still, not having one makes her feel like a poor outcast nerd transferring into a rich high school. What should she do?
According to Salon, she should "please buy the stroller, please buy the stroller, please please please please please buy the stroller!"
According to Daddy Types, lady, you are insane. You should spend $900 on therapy to see why you're so insecure and desperate to be exactly like everyone else. Then you should buy the stroller here at babystyle, while they still have free shipping. I mean, you're not stupid, right? Just crazy.
Can I have the stroller I want? Can I? Can I? [salon via dt reader jj]
Meanwhile, now that you've sat through that Salon commercial today, check out their ecstatic review of the Phil & Ted's e3 stroller, the one that lets you stay in the city by stacking your kids on top of each other. [see the first DT P&T E3 report here