A little hard to put together, but it didn't take too long. It has cup holders, a working horn, a tail gate that folds down, and a place to put all of his treasurers. It is just perfect for an active little boy.....
A 2.5 year old with a broken femur and a spica body cast with an 18 inch bar keeping her legs spread apart, sent us looking for a wagon. Little tikes is the widest one we found (23.75 in wide). Papa assembled it in about an hour (he is good at this and patient, so I rate the assembly an 8 with 10 being the most difficult, but he might say differently.) We were thrilled when she fit and helped us stabilize her legs with pillows. We then loaded up all the "animals" and took a spin. It was the first time she giggled and seemed like herself since the accident. We were worried about this active girl being immobile for 6 weeks. Carrying her is really tough with the bar and she quickly becomes too heavy since she can't hug you with her legs. This wagon will help keep her mentally and physically active, not to mention how it helps us caregivers enjoy our outings with her! I still haven't pulled her in it, but Papa said it rolled well. I only wish we could have the option to push the wagon, like you can with some carry-on luggage bags, cause I'd prefer to have the child in front of me where I can see her rather than behind me as I walk forward, but given that she fits at all, I'm thrilled!
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