AJ's the Jedi Master of stroller detective work. He tracked down the origins of the awesome AT-AT Walker stroller mod that's been making the rounds on the net recently, and he's deduced quite a bit of the DIY that went into it. Now he's going public, and asking for help getting the back story. Here's what we know so far:
Clearly, The Force is strong with this dad, and we need to call him in to complete our training. Help us, DT readers, you're our only hope.
update like an hour later: OK, maybe the tattoo isn't the key, but you people are freakin' me out right now with your Jeopardy-level Star Wars response times. That is apparently the helmet symbol for Wedge Antilles, the Rebel Alliance pilot who blew up the Deathstar with Luke and who was also in the Battle of Hoth [against the AT-AT's, duh]. Here's the image from Wookieepedia. I guess we know the strollerrider's name now, though. ["Would Wedge's parents please report to the information booth?"] I kind of hoped it'd turn out to be his SW fan squadron logo, and we'd trace him straight to Pasadena or something. Oh well. Thanks to Lauren and Tom, the two biggest nerds in the quadrant.
update update: hmm, Jason says it's the Rebel Circle Logo, "As seen on the sides and tops of many Rebel pilot helmets." According to this SW sticker collection page, Wedge's helmet had a different, wing-shaped deal.
Deconstructing a Star Wars AT-AT Imperial Walker Baby Stroller [thingamababy.com]
Previously: Star Wars Imperial Baby Blanket