Buying baby stuff is hard. I feel seriously unqualified, and massively overwhelmed. So far I've learned not to buy these three strollers
, and that's pretty much as far as I've gotten. I have... hmm, one entry on my registry so far? And that's after three days of "shopping".
The funny part is, I'm not even sure that I want a stroller. I definitely like the whole "baby-wearing" thing--one of my best friends had her son in November, and she talked it up a lot. I got to see it all first-hand a week ago, and I can comfortably claim "fan" status. But I'm also very active, and admittedly, I'm a little worried about walking and running with a baby wrapped onto me. I don't know from personal experience, but the physics of it don't really seem possible--or comfortable, for mom or baby.
But why get a stroller just for the hour a day I spend in my running shoes?
... Buying baby stuff is hard.