Everywhere Leah goes, the stroller goes too. My carpet has wheel marks everywhere.
She carries most anything she can in that stroller. I've seen dolls, Magna-Doodles, diapers, baby wipes (isn't it wonderful having a child that can get diaper changing gear for you), and sippy cups. This is my favorite: Baby Beans (my favorite doll from my childhood) and a beanie baby all wrapped up in one of her rag-blankets. At random moments, I'll see Leah take out one of the dolls and hold it over her shoulder and pat it's back saying, "It's okay, it's okay."
Also, as a side-note, we took Leah to see Horton Hears a Who on Memorial Day. I don't know what all the hype about this movie was. I thought it was sort of dumb. I like the story, as in the book story, but the movie was not nearly as good as I thought it would be. I guess Leah sat through it just fine. But, I think that's mainly due to the seemingly endless supply of pop we kept letting her drink. Although, she did love the, "EH-MEN," (elephant for those who need translation). I don't know, children's movies just aren't what they used to be. What happened to the classics like: Aladdin, The Lion King, and Beauty and The Beast? Good stories, great music, something everyone could enjoy. Oh, the good old days.