Balseskin Direct Provision Centre on St Margaret’s Road in Dublin 11
Movement Of Asylum Seekers in Ireland tweetz:
There is a mom with newborn in desperate need of a buggie, a baby cot and clothes for an 8 week old baby boy in Balseskin Direct Provision Centre. Please send us a message if you can help and we’ll connect you with the mom.
Movement of Asylum Seekers in Ireland
Avoca, Malahide Castle, county Dublin.
New Ferg tweetz:
Pull up to the bumper, baby
Liffey Street, Dublin this afternoon.
UPDATE: A superior follow-up to an earlier Andy Somers tweet we spotted on the Twitterz (thanks Andy):
“Dog being wheeled around in a buggy, Dublin.”
On the Dublin quays this afternoon.
Thanks Katriona Furey
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Today’s Irish Independent.
Thanks Laura Fahy
The Origami Stroller – Beemer of all buggies – available from next January for a whopping $850. The blurb sez:
…the world’s first cell phone-charging, mileage-counting, LCD-sporting stroller, with generators in the rear wheels that charge the stroller as you walk. Plus, the Origami has daytime running lights, pathway lights for low-light conditions, and sensors that detect when a child’s in the seat (so it’ll never fold by accident). From power folding to cell phone charging, it’s everything a stroller should be.
Four big cuckoos from the Tumblelog, Too Big For Stroller.
Their motto: Walk.