Photo Fave: Central Park’s Alice in Wonderland sculpture – the first time

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This week’s Tip Tuesday post (Tips for taking the New York subway with a stroller – don’t miss it if you plan to) got me thinking about the great autumn moments I was so lucky to enjoy pushing strollers through Central Park. It also reminded me of how fun it was to discover the Alice in Wonderland sculpture for the first time–and here we are, having no idea that before long we’d be back with TWO kidlets climbing all over the thing and hiding in the toadstools (I assure you, we were in good company). If you’re pushing your own strolling through the park near Conservatory Water and E 74th Street, be sure to check it out (more here).

This post is part of the Photo Friday fun at DeliciousBaby.com. Be sure to watch next week as I’ll be kicking of the first of some great giveaways–including some of my all-time favorite gear for traveling with babies, toddlers, and young kids! (Have you liked Travels with Baby on Facebook yet…?) 
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Safe journeys,
Shelly Rivoli
Author of the award-winning Travels with Baby guidebooks

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