Okay, this is a completely frivolous post, but....
I just found one of those HABA walker wagons at the thrift store for.... well REALLY cheap. Like under $20. Brand new. No scuffs on the wheels even. I normally would not have bought it because DD already has a doll pram that she enjoys and uses. It is another thrift store find that looks like it originally came from the dollar store.... I retrofitted it from princess polyester to pretty cotton print. But I remember lusting over that exact walker wagon when she was a new walker, and I remembered that it was expensive. And I couldn't resist, rationalizing that I could always sell it and probably turn a small profit that I could put in my rainy day fund.
I reallly want to keep it but I know it's all about my lust and nothing about what DD needs or would enjoy. It feels sort of rich to just have it sitting in the bedroom because we would never never never buy something so expensive. Yes, DD likes playing with it, but she loved her fold up pram just fine. And the fold up pram is easy to fold up and bring with us when we are walking to the park.
We live in a small space and the only way for me to keep things organized is to not have so much stuff in the house. No doubles, no extra crap. This is clearly extra crap, albeit really nice crap. :) I feel like I've been seduced by lifestyle marketing. I mean, there's no feel like, I have been. :)