12 Jul


I’ve never been a big fan of feeding my children in strollers. I don’t like to mess up the fabrics. The exception I will make is at a carnival, or festival. That is when  snack tray comes in handy. Hence, I always keep a “snack tray” stroller in my line-up.

I also like them to have huge canopies.

And big baskets, to stuff with Jonas Brothers pinatas, or goodies won in cake walks.

And I am pleased to introduce you to my latest festival stroller, the Peg Perego Vela.

Wow, the steering on this is great! So easy! This would be one to get if you need to always hold the hand of another child, because you can easily push it one-handed, or two-fingered!

Despite the nice big canopy and 3-wheels, though, the Vela, like it’s predecessor the Aria, is better suited to indoors, than to out.

But there is plenty to do at an indoor artand music festival.

And snack trays can be used for things besides food.

The Vela has a good recline for napping, and an easy, quick fold. It stands up folded, too. You can see pictures of it in my post comparing it to the Aria.

Weight:                        15.5 pounds
Seat Back:                   18.5″
Seat to canopy:         24″
Seat Width:                13.5″
Seat Depth:                 10″
Drop to footrest:       9.5″
Seat to ground:          15″
Length:                         30″
Width:                          23″
Height:                         39.5″
Folded:                         39.5.”L x 23″ W x13″ H

I can help you find the perfect stroller for YOUR needs. Don’t let a salesperson sell you a stroller that won’t work for you! For more info on consultations, visit There are lots more reviews here, and info on how to get the 2010 BIG Stroller Roll-Out, an online video magazine of all the new stroller models.

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