Prairie Pride Farm of Minnesota | Berkshire Pork, Leaf Lard and free range chicken from Prairie Pride Farm - Producer of nitrate and antibiotic free pork and pasture raised chicken. Offering duroc and berkshire pork products, leaf lard for cooking, and catering smoked
Country: 126.96.36.199, North America, US
City: -94 Minnesota, United States
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Simply ... We love this stroller! We have been searching for a light weight/compact stroller and after trying a few different ones we finally decided to try out the britax and boy am I glad we did! This stroller is amazingly compact and extremely easy to fold! I wish I would have just bought this stroller from the beginning. I drive a Chevy Malibu and the trunk is not the biggest thing..... So when I would try to put our giant travel system stroller into my trunk (which was a total pain!) there was no room left for anything! My sister is actually pregnant so I'm thinking about getting this stroller for her because it is just so great! Trust me moms and dads to be, that are leery about the price, it is most definitely worth the price. We are actually going to purchase the britax infant car seat as well so that we are able to just adapt it to the stroller if we ever need to. The only thing that I wish britax would change is the fact that you have to get all the accessories separately. Since the stroller is already pretty pricy it would be very nice if those accessories just came with the stroller. O and I also better comment on the quality of stroller, it is very well made and is extremely sturdy, my husband and have actually tried it out while jogging and it is excellent! They could advertise this thing as a jogger if they really wanted to. Which says a lot since it is considered a "light weight" stroller. Well I hope this review helps those of you review searches such as myself :) go for it you'll be glad you did!
As a mother of 3 kids, ranging in age from 4 to 15, I have gone through my share of the snot suckers, starting with the basic bulb which seemed to be the only product available when my 15 year old was a baby and then moving on to the Little Noses syringe bulb which seemed to be a bit better, then Graco battery-operated aspirator, and Nose Frida. The bulb and the syringe were a complete nightmare where I literally had to sit on top of my kids to administer the procedure. The Graco was fine to a certain point, when the nose is very little, and then, it does not have enough suction. Nose Frida did the job, however, it took forever and made me feel like I was smoking hookah each time I had to do it, once, I did it in the very morning on an empty stomach and I think I literally cut off the oxygen supply to my brain, I became so dizzy, almost passed out, this thing requires a parent to have a serious set of lungs. Finally, I overcame my fears and the feeling of weirdness of using vacuum for my baby's nose and bought the Baby Vac. OMG, what a world of difference. No more chasing the kid around the house, it's as simple as him sitting and watching cartoons while I do the procedure. No more snot going down his throat, making him cough and wake up thousand times a night. This thing is seriously amazing, and what a simple idea, how come it was not invented in America? Why is this country so great at developing various drugs and drugging our kids with various decongestants, cough suppressants, fever reducers, don't even get me started on antibiotics when a simple thing like keeping their nose free of mucus does wonders?