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The Rolls Royce of Strollers.

Trust me. You have to read this post. It's not just about "another stroller." 

When I was pregnant with my Lucas I wanted the best stroller for me and him. Something with a reasonable price tag on it, stylish, and a stroller he can use until he's 3 years old. I really wanted the Stokke Xplory stroller but it just did not fit my budget. That time I thought it was the Holy Grail of baby strollers. I ended up buying a Quinny Buzz. I loved the easy unfolding feature of the Buzz. Folding it? Not so much. It was a bit too bulky and took a lot of space in the trunk but nevertheless, I made it work. 

Today, expecting moms are very lucky to have the Origami stroller in the market. Made by a company called 4moms, this is the Stroller that beats all of the strollers out in the market. You have to watch this video:

After discovering the Origami I wondered who designed the Origami and how did they know how to get it right? Robert Daley and Henrey Thorne are the founders of 4moms. Guys? Really? I dug deeper. Turns out the business savy Rob and engineering expert Henry met for lunch one day and wanted to put up a business. They wanted it to be innovative, and dramatically better baby products. With the help of four moms as members of their focus group they came up with a great set of products that every mother will want for their babies and themselves. It's not just about the baby. It's about the moms too. I think that is very clever and key in making their product valuable to mothers. 

If you are feeling that the Origami is a still bit too bulky for you and your baby, consider holding on to your cash a little longer and wait for the Origami Mini that promises to be out in the market mid 2014. 

No price tag has been set for the Mini just yet. Origami, on the other hand, retails for $849.99 and can be shipped worldwide. Visit www.shop4moms.com to place your order. 

Are you or a friend of yours expecting? Check out the 4moms website as they also give away some of their products to deserving families/mothers every week through their 4moms Cares program. Sign up and be a 4moms Insider to qualify for their promotions.

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