I know my DH won't even entertain the idea.
even if you are only using if a few minutes- please! you still are pushing that thing around-most people (those naturally minded I know-loath strollers and wouldn't not want to deal with one and never would do one for a non-disabled child at this age)
seems far more about the parent not the child and certainly doesn't come off as a fun filled day but a mainstreaming of parenting, or the easy way out
breaks? must be a archaic idea - who really wants to see it all- the parent?
I've been to Disney. I not only didn't want to see it all - I didn't even want to be there. I hate Disney. My kids loved every freaking second of it.
so push on
can't imagine how the US is perceived as lazy
These seem a little contradictory.
I'm not American. I'm Canadian. In some ways, I am lazy - that's why I'd far rather press on and get all of us, and our Pacific Northwest conditioned selves, into somewhere with air conditioning, rather than take a so-called break in the heat. DS2 doesn't even know when he's overheating, so it's up to us to keep an eye on that.
But, you're probably right. Everybody who disagrees with you is lazy, and their children are going to be lazy, spoiled and suffer from major entitlement issues. It must be a tremendous burden to be the only one who really knows what's right for everyone.
I have no idea what the weight limit is on a Disney rental stroller, to be honest. I'd guess it's pretty high, as people pile them with bags and kids and all kinds of stuff. We frequently had two kids (dd1 was four, and ds2 was two), plus our bags and a few purchases, in ours.