I'm an urban mom through and through. I love the sights, sounds and smells of this city. Sirens are my lullaby. Seriously – I went camping once and the crickets kept me up all night. But I digress…
One of the things I love most about living in Toronto is that it's incredibly walkable and, when it's not, we can take transit.
Sure – it's easy to take the TTC when you're on your own. Now throw a stroller into the mix. It's traumatizing.
I'll admit, riding the rocket with a baby in tow is not for the faint of heart. There are the glares and stares from other passengers (and sometimes drivers) to contend with. But you'd be surprised (or maybe not) by just how kind fellow TTC goers can be. It's worth giving it a try.
Here are my top tips on how to avoid TTC trauma:
Manuela Jadi is a momstown Toronto contributor, blogger and work-at-home Toronto mom – balancing baby, bumps & everyday blunders. Follow her on Twitter at @ManuelaJadi