Owning a stroller allowed me to leave the house. It also created good times of bonding with my children. I taught them about colors while we walked in the stroller.
Buffalo (PRWEB) March 22, 2012
There are so many benefits to buying a stroller. Baby Riddle has released a great article on their website, to find out what every pregnant women should know about investing in a baby stroller visit this link: "5 Reasons to Invest in a Baby Stroller"
“Strollers are an important investment for pregnant women,” states Tamatha Grabin, Managing Partner of Baby Riddle, who has personally donned several different types of baby strollers and has seen the value in each type. Strollers are not only a physical object but they meet a spiritual and emotional need as well.
Grabin started out with walking while she was pregnant with her children, which at that time created a peaceful, relaxing and refreshing time. When her children were born she placed them in a stroller and again an atmosphere of peace was in place by walking, talking and enjoying nature with her newborns. Her children instantly fell asleep in the stroller as they did in the womb. As they grew, it created great conversations, observations of nature and of course sleep.
Another benefit is modeling exercise and having quality time without being interrupted. If a mother is strolling with friends she can enjoy exercising while socializing and being with her children.
Strollers can also teach children how to enjoy being outside and walking. She has walked with her children through her pregnancy and the stroller phase. Her children walk with her now as they are older. They have built a bond through walking with her from the beginning of their lives and it continues to grow with each year.
Owning a stroller for a mother and her baby also gives them an opportunity to get out of the house. It is a known fact that fresh air, sunshine and exercise create good moods and the much needed refreshing that every mother needs.
Misty Sutton who is a mother of three says, "Owning a stroller allowed me to leave the house. It also created good times of bonding with my children. I taught them about colors while we walked in the stroller."
Baby Riddle was founded by a Registered Nurse and an entrepreneur. The nationwide online company is based in the United States. The company carries extremely cute baby clothes and also has a great service for women who are keeping their baby's gender a surprise. Baby Riddle created a solution to keep the baby’s gender a surprise: Have an unbiased third party send the gender-specific clothes right at the baby's due date.