Can't live without my off-road BOB!

I initially had the Ironman BOB (it was a great stroller and moved quickly, but a little bumpy for the baby!) and traded it in for the Off-Road BOB (Sport Utility). I couldn't be happier with my decision. Now I don't have to slow down to go over bumps and curbs, but just run as if I was running without a stroller. I've even competed in a few races, so yes, it is still fast. I love the versatility that it allows me to go from the road to the trail and my baby LOVES trail running! I highly recommend this stroller.

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Oct 14, 2015
Off-road BOB
by: Laura Quill

Thank you very much for your recommendation. Actually I need this one which you have recommended. I was searching for this item. I appreciate your recommendation!

Sep 30, 2011
September 30th is Children's Growth Awareness Day!!!
by: MAGIC Mama

My name is Kim Wackman and I am from Colorado. My daughter has a rare growth disorder called IGFD, Insulin-like Growth Factor Deficiency also called IGFD or IGF-1, is a relatively new discovery as a growth disorder. I ran the NY marathon in 2010 to raise money for The MAGIC(Major Aspects of Growth in Children) Foundation which is a national non-profit organization created to provide support services for the families of children afflicted with a wide variety of chronic and/or critical disorders, syndromes and diseases that affect a child’s growth. My Emma has gone from not being on the growth chart at all to the 9th percentile after a year on Increlex. She looks healthier, eats better, sleeps better... It is thanks to the the MAGIC Foundation's information and networking that has gotten my family to this point,

TODAY is my MAGIC family's first attempt to unite throughout the world with the goal of spreading information about the importance of monitoring a child's growth pattern. Did you know that monitoring a child's growth is NOT just about height? Children's growth (how much they grow each year) is a major indicator of their overall health. If they are growing at least 2 inches each year (after the age of 2 and before puberty) it is a strong sign that they are healthy. If they are NOT growing this bare minimum, it can be an early warning sign of underlying health issues such as disease, tumors, hormone imbalances or unidentified syndromes. Paying attention to those height markers made on walls by parents, and the growth charts at the physicians offices is a routine and often overlooked tool for catching problems in their early stages.

On Sept. 30th, MAGIC families throughout the world will be sending out emails, posting to groups, putting up posters....about children's growth. It is a monumental effort by just a few (as most of these conditions are rare) but we are hoping that our friends and family help us and keep spreading the word!

If you will, please forward this message to your family and friends to help spread the word - or if you can post on your blog or social media accounts about these efforts. The link below can be copied and pasted to any of your social Media accounts or blogs and it will even automatically have a poster and photo drawing that is informational.

For more information on The MAGIC Foundation or Growth Spurt visit:

Thank you in advance for taking the time! You are very much appreciated. Who knows, your efforts may reach someone who has a child whose life may be forever changed by this information.

Kim (A MAGIC Mama)

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