If you have a child then you must have heard of the company Step2 by now!

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From Step2 website: “Mission:To be the leading innovator of children’s products that build imaginations and enrich the family’s celebration of childhood.”

Step2 has a HUGE announcement to make:

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This is a big deal to those of us in Canada with young children, it’s much simpler to order online than to haul the kiddos out to the stores!

Recently Step2 shipped me a Push Around Buggy to review for my readers.

The Push Around Buggy offers another option to parents instead of a stroller! With the seatbelt and little trunk in the front there is safety and storage to go along with the FUN.

As you all know my daughters are past the age for this product, or so I’ve had to tell them since it arrived. I’ve enlisted the help of my very good friend Krista and her lovely daughter Charlotte for this review.

Krista was a good sport, she even assembled the Push Around Buggy for me while I kept Charlotte occupied. I was surprised at how quickly she put it together, there are very few parts and it was a breeze for her!

To say that Charlotte enjoyed the Push Around Buggy is the understatement of the year, check her out in this pic…man she’s so cute! step2a

This toy is fantastic, she loved the squeaky horn and the freedom she felt in it. She kept rocking back and forth, making it move on our wood floors!

Here she is realizing it has a trunk in the front:

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With Christmas coming this is definately one for the Wishlist, I know that any little ones on your lists will be happy with the Push Around Buggy!

Step2 has kindly provided my readers with a discount coupon if you order online, simply use the code BLISS10 for 10% off purchase at Step2.com. Valid throughDecember 31, 2011.

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