My Last Stroller

So it’s no secret that I am not a runner. My best time running a mile in any grade was 9 minutes, and I would never choose to run for fun. The only running I do is when it’s after my kids! So when I set out to find a single stroller, one that would last until Gryffin outgrew it, I surprised myself by choosing a jogging stroller. Here’s the thing though, you don’t actually have to jog to use a jogging stroller! Who would’ve known?! When it comes to the major buys of parenthood, a car seat and a stroller are some of the two most researched items. I am no exception. I can’t tell you how many strollers I’ve compared, so trust me when I tell you that when I come to a decision, it’s one I’m confident in! So needless to say, I am extremely excited about the Jeep Classic Jogger. One of the problems with all of the other strollers I’ve tried is that they don’t handle any terrain other than sidewalks and streets. Other than that, I chose this stroller because it’s from a company I trust to make great quality products for their consumers. In addition, I was looking for something that would fit in the trunk of my sedan, had a good size canopy to block the sun, and a 5 point safety harness for my wild one year old. This stroller checked off those boxes and more, and I couldn’t be happier. Over the weekend we went to the cutest farm, but my mom warned me that a stroller wouldn’t do well. But there was no way I could do all of that walking with two kids and no stroller. So I brought the jogger anyways, and it did not disappoint! The terrain was no match for those wheels and I was even able to push it up some stairs! I am so happy with it and feel good about it going over all the bumps knowing it won’t ruin my stroller. And who knows, I might even do some jogging with it, but don’t hold me to it!

You can grab your own on Amazon!

Disclosure: This product was gifted in exchange for a review. However, all opinions are my own.

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