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Having a 2-passenger wagon has definitely come in very handy during these excursions! We absolutely love our Step2 Wagon For Two Plus, as well as our Choo Choo Wagon. These are not only adorable, they provide parents a place to tote around sleepy kids who are not in the mood to walk, or those who just want to be pulled along in style. Not only that, but wagons are a great place to store snacks and drinks, or that favorite toy that simply can't be left behind!
One of my favorite uses for our Step2 Wagon For Two Plus is to use it to store our art supplies. Sure, the kids have art desks with incorporated storage, but I definitely don't trust leaving a large supply of markers, paint, glitter and crayons where two mischievous toddlers can access them 24/7. When it comes to arts and crafts, I tend to break out the needed supplies on demand rather than just leave them out. This have saved my walls, carpet, and furniture from being "decorated" by my little DaVinci's.
We also use our wagons for toy storage. It has been especially helpful for things like blocks, Legos, or even all of the play food that accompanies my kids' kitchens. A wagon also makes a terrific place for all of those fluffy stuffed animals.
Or, when all else fails and the kids get tuckered out from a day full of creative play, a wagon makes a nice place to take a nap. Sophie decided she wanted to do just that! (Of course this is not a recommended use, and if it is going to be a nap-time option, the safety belts should be removed so they're not a hazard.)