I Was Today Years Old When I Learned Roller Bags Come With Built-In Baby Carrier [Roundup]

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  1. Small children riding on top of rollaboards only holding onto the handle extensions with their hands is common and dangerous. Seeing a garment wrapped around the handle extensions as essentially a safety harness is uncommon, more safe, ingenious and commendable. And in this case they were moving slowly, also commendable.

  2. Charging for seat assignments in business class feels really petty and leaves a bad taste in my mouth. Paying for a premium seat is supposed to shield you from that kind of nickel and diming.

  3. I used to let my lil girl sit on my rollaway bag while I carted her through the airport, though I had the old rollaway design with the handle in the back with two wheel system, she loved the limo experience!

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