Wee Travel

Traveling with a baby just got easier. Actually, that’s not true. It’s just that we offspring-free bloggers only recently learned about a service to help those traveling with babies, and we think it’s cool, even if it’s only news to us. The service? Baby equipment rentals.

Our introduction to this concept came in the form of a press release from Wee Travel. This Canadian company rents strollers, car seats, high chairs and other infant accoutrements to out-of-towners in Vancouver and Toronto so they don’t have to worry about transporting all of their parental paraphernalia as well as their still-small progeny.

"What a neat new idea!" we thought. And googled "baby equipment rental." Which promptly turned up almost 15,000 sites. So, we’re a little behind the times—turns out even Wee Travel is entering its terrible twos. But we figured if we (travel magazine employees, after all) hadn’t heard the news, others probably hadn’t either.

So here’s the scoop. Companies across the U.S. and around the world allow you to rent everything from a high-tech baby pack to a "Prince Lionheart beach cabana" to keep your little ones happy while you’re away without causing you to suffer on the way there.

What we want to know is, do you have to be a parent? IT’s got its eyes on a little red wagon for our next visit to Orlando.

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