One of the most frequent questions I get asked by my mentees is how I manage my time. We all have 24 hours a day, 168 hours a week to our disposal. This is a lot of time, yet somehow we all comment that we don’t have enough to do what we want.
After I had my twins, I was surviving on four hours of sleep a day and spent the rest of my time primarily looking after my twins, meal planning, and squeezing in a few hours for my blog. I would constantly comment to my husband that I didn’t have enough time to look for items to decorate our nursery with or even find the perfect shade of white for my office. Yet, when I wanted to pick a stroller for my twins, I had the time to research the various types of strollers available and find the right one for them.
How did I get that time? Where did it come from?
Well the reason I didn’t find the right shade of white for my office, or art work to hang in the nursery is because they don’t rank high on the priority list for me at the present moment. Finding a stroller, on the other hand, was a priority, so I put it on my schedule.
It was a priority to find a stroller that was light, safe, easy to setup, comfortable and perfect for my twins. In my search I came across Valco Baby. It met all my requirements plus had amazing reviews from parents. Everyone commented about how light it was, how effortless it was to maneuver, and how easy it was to automatically lock in the brakes. It also had perfect accessories so you could use the stroller year round. Another resonating comment I read was how the stroller was perfect for newborns and could be used until they became toddlers.
As soon as I got my Snap Ultra Duo Valco Baby stroller, I set it up immediately. I was surprised that it took me less than 5 minutes to assemble it and snap on the luxe boot covers. Needless to say, I took it out for a spin with my twins and we spent a good half an hour strolling in the neighborhood.
The babies were cozy warm in their new stroller and I could tell they loved it because they fell asleep immediately after being strapped in. I love it because it was easy to set up, incredibly light, has ample storage to house my diaper bag and necessities, and is easy to fold and tuck in the trunk of my car. I love the fold-able head huggers to help protect my babies from the sun, and how easy it is to lock in the brakes (this is a huge win because my right wrist is insanely inflamed from the pregnancy).
There are so many accessories you can get for the Valco Baby stroller. I got my hands on the luxe boot covers to give it a bassinet appearance. I also got my hands on the raincovers because I’m not going to let the rain stop me from taking my glo worms for a stroll in the neighborhood to get some fresh air.