How the 4moms Origami Stroller Works

Author's Note

This is one of those assignments that's all about timing. Nine weeks before being assigned this article, I gave birth to my daughter. Like any new mom, I researched the heck out of baby products (I may have been more obsessive than other moms, but writing for will do that to you), but managed to miss the Origami, mainly because I can't swing a nearly $850 stroller. The Origami is part of a trend of integrating more tech into baby and children's products. Wooden blocks and a wind-up mobile just won't cut it anymore. Then again, I'm not one to talk: My daughter has her own iPhone (the causality of me trading up to a newer model) and goes to sleep every night with it by her side, running a white noise app.

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