Our Family Transportation Infrastructure

February 8th, 2004  |  Published in Uncategorized

I’m not precisely clear on whether this thing is for pushing a baby around the neighborhood or carting fissionables to their undisclosed locations under the desert:

It’s the Graco® LiteRider™ LXI, a ‘lightweight convenience stroller’ that conveniently interoperates with the Graco® SnugRide® infant car seat, which snaps into place providing a second layer of armor in the event of ambush.

On its own, it’s a stroller. Rubber wheels, folds up, very handy. I think it’ll even fit in the Saturn trunk. With the SnugRide® deployed, the two canopies on each device manage to meet when folded all the way out, forming a bio-dome complete with observation port.

It also comes with a drink holder, a mini glove compartment, variable height handle, and a mesh cargo net.

All I can say is that the many, many $6 Million Man toys and accessories I had prepared me for this day pretty adequately. No, Ben doesn’t come with a special suction cup arm or pop-off chest plate that reveals bionic modules underneath, but most of the accessories we can get for him seem to.

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