The Brooklyn Baby Stroller Power Rankings

Brooklyn baby strollers

Like learning to swim by getting shoved into the deep end, my parents taught me to walk by refusing to take me anywhere unless I followed them. Just kidding! Every once in a while I got to ride along in the wheelbarrow. But these kids today have strollers that are nicer than my apartment. Here’s what terrible people are saying about terrible people: “To some women, the stroller is almost a fashion accessory, which is more about the brand, color and fabric choices… New Yorkers are sophisticated, so there are plenty of men who think similarly, but most men tend to care more about a stroller’s utility and performance.”

Here’s a breakdown of the most popular pushchairs in the breedier neighborhoods.


  1. I bought the cheapest umbrella strollers from the discount store. They served their purpose and were light enough to carry on bus or subway. No one wanted to steal them when left outside a store. Maybe they weren’t very comfortable but that’s where the inspiration to walk came from and they were better than standing up in the shopping cart which was the other choice, of course that was only a one way ride the groceries rode on the way home. uppadaweelilbairn….wheelbarrow indeed


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