Load 'em up! Jennifer Garner opted for a nice, shady alternative to the double stroller over the weekend. The actress was spotted pulling Violet, 4, and Seraphina, 1, out of the Pacific Palisades Farmers Market in a Radio Flyer Ultimate Comfort Wagon ($180). The Affleck girls looked comfy eating snacks while they sat on padded seats under the cart's sun canopy. Wagons are great because they have ample storage space for parents and plenty of room for tots to stretch out or play. The top-of-the-line Ultimate Comfort Wagon boasts flip down seats, molded cup holders, and insulated side storage bags that keep snacks cold. How do you cart your kids around when you have errands to run?
Round up those wagons! As any beach or park-going parent knows, gathering children and all of their stuff for an afternoon of fun is an exercise in balance and coordination. Between pushing the strollers and finding space for all of the snacks, blankets, toys and changing supplies, the likelihood of holding onto everything is slim. Wagons, like the custom one Kingston Rossdale rides and the more traditional ones Sadie Sandler and Eden and Savannah Mahoney have are a great solution for maintaining some organized chaos. Whether you opt for a wooden version like the classic Radio Flyer or a more elaborate one like the HABA trolley with rubber wheels and removable nylon fabric, the wagons can be used to pull multiple kids or their stuff. Parents with some craftsmanship ability can also customize their trolleys, adding things like covers, MP3 holders, speakers and attachable blankets to make the rides as plush as possible. Check out some of our favorite ones below.