See, the way blogs work is that you kind of look at something a little bit, make some pronouncement on it, and depending on how wrong you are, people who actually know will often appear to correct you.
And so it is that I learned that Mima, the Spanish baby gear startup whose strollers won the Innovation Award the other day at the big Kind + Jugend Expo in Cologne, is not an Actually By China pop-up company, but is, in fact, "new European juvenile products brand."
At least that's what Davy Kho, the Dutch designer with the Chinese name who lives and works in Spain and who'd been working on the stroller design on his own for a couple of years after designing such podtastic baby products as the Bloom Fresco high chair.
It is indeed a small, small world.
Anway, Kho also said the company's working toward a Summer 2010 release, which is obviously too late for people shopping for their first stroller right now. On the other hand, that also gives you plenty of time to conceive and have the second kid in peace, knowing that when you need a double stroller the most, Mima will be there.