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Old 08-19-2017, 11:16 AM   #291
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I want to add that it depends on what your using it for. I'm using mine for the pool and zoo, places that I need to carry things like water for a ton of people, snacks etc.

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All right K, so the double GT fits through the Dr office doorways? I'm sure mine will, but the offices them selves are SO crowded!! Seriously it's hard to even have the infant bucket seat laying around in there.

I'm thinking if getting a good umbrella or maybe a double umbrella (tandem). Does anyone have a favorite umbrella with a great push?

Has anyone here tried the kinderwagon Hop?? I see it looks like it has smallish seats, but it could maybe be a life saver when I'm shopping in the town square or eating out.

Then again a good umbrella would work to. I guess..what do you think?




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Yes the double GT has fit through all doors so far. Some have been a tight squeeze but still fit. Our pediatrician is in a huge building that also specifically accomadates special needs children so it's a pretty big place. Getting into the actual room is a bit tight, as in the room isn't all that big. It takes some maneuvering to get it in there so it's not completely taking over the room lol.

I have no idea about umbrella strollers. We have a super cheap one that DH and I hate because we are too tall for it and always kick the underside.
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Yes the double GT has fit through all doors so far. Some have been a tight squeeze but still fit. Our pediatrician is in a huge building that also specifically accomadates special needs children so it's a pretty big place. Getting into the actual room is a bit tight, as in the room isn't all that big. It takes some maneuvering to get it in there so it's not completely taking over the room lol.

I have no idea about umbrella strollers. We have a super cheap one that DH and I hate because we are too tall for it and always kick the underside.
Do you go out to eat with them by your self? I eat out a lot lol.
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Do you go out to eat with them by your self? I eat out a lot lol.
Yes I have. I don't often though, usually we only go out to eat when DH is home. When we go out to eat I just take the infant bucket and C walks or I carry him. Nothing special.
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Now that I'm thinking about it..I use to push the umbrella and baby wear the other. For awhile (7 weeks) I had three littles. I remember baby wearing a 10 month old, carrying a 10 month old, then have a toddler in the umbrella. Lol.
This will be much easier than that


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Now that I'm thinking about it..I use to push the umbrella and baby wear the other. For awhile (7 weeks) I had three littles. I remember baby wearing a 10 month old, carrying a 10 month old, then have a toddler in the umbrella. Lol.
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Relative foster placement. I took my great nephew when he was taken away, it was temporary until my nephew got custody. He's been a single dad to the baby boy for 5.5 yrs now.


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Oh good for him, and for you for filling in the gap. I bet you got all kinds of questions because people are shocked when I tell them the boys are not triplets, and pretty much dumbstruck when they ask which ones are twins, and I say none.
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Oh good for him, and for you for filling in the gap. I bet you got all kinds of questions because people are shocked when I tell them the boys are not triplets, and pretty much dumbstruck when they ask which ones are twins, and I say none.


The 2 ten month olds were my DD and my Great nephew. My nephew and I had the babies 4 days apart. Everyone thought they were twins. I'd say nope..their 4 days apart


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