You don't leave it there? Of course, even though I might be wondering where the baby was I probably wouldn't say anything. Maybe those Norwegians rubbed off on me a bit.
Use it to carry a rare stolen shark from the zoo.
America has too many busybodies. I wouldn't have said anything either. I suppose leaving it there could lead to someone "borrowing" or stealing it.
Once saw, in the middle of nowhere in Iceland at least 50km from the nearest town, four people running along the highway with one pushing a stroller, but I drove past too quickly to see whether it was being used as a conveyance for a small child or as a conveyance for gear (the latter probably wouldn't be the worst of ideas).
So far, haven't wanted to both drop off and pick up via stroller, but I would be a bit nervous it would get stollen, unless I could leave it inside the daycare fence... I do see lots of homeless people carting their stuff with strollers/bike trailers.
Like the shark idea. Maybe I need a giant stuffed shark as a Sylvia substitute! =)
Mild resistance training?
I hear you about separation. Skype/Facetime etc are awesome...I used to read the kids their bedtime stories when I woke up because they were going to bed on the west coast about the time I was waking up in GMT+2 or so.
And coming home after being apart is amazing. Hang in there!
At least got to Facetime for a minute or so before the connection went just now! Good to see her, but think she was a little confused... Just a week now!
A stroller-load of stollen could be good!