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Valco Boy Meets Girl Stroller: Ga Ga or Gag?

For any mom who has ever argued with her lil ones about who sits where, this double stroller settles all squabbles. Mom of four, Brooke Burke was spotted strolling Heaven, 3, and Shaya, 1, through a Malibu park in the Valco Boy Meets Girl Twin Trimode. The double buggy ($825) features a blue side and a pink side, each with their own canopy and color-coordinated stroller bar. If only the push chair could sort out snack arguments too!

Would you consider the Boy Meets Girl stroller for pushing your kids around town?

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runningesq runningesq 6 years
Yes, let's gender stereotype right away !! Girls in blue strollers, boys in pink - quelle horror !
Annika14938867 Annika14938867 6 years
Sorry, it's hard for me to concentrate on the stroller what with Burke's ribcage sticking out like that!
mstrauss mstrauss 6 years
I like the concept but don't really like the stroller. Heavy and wide.
Girl-Jen Girl-Jen 6 years
My daughter would fight tooth and nail to get to sit on the blue side. It's her favorite color. Kids don't understand that pink is a 'girl' color and blue is a 'boy' color...if anything, I'd think it would lead to more seating arguments!
starbucks2 starbucks2 6 years
First, that's a pretty ugly stroller (I loathe pink strollers) and second, the name heaven is so tacky! And I think she has a middle name that's even worse, but I can't think of it right now.
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