For Hendrix’s first birthday in August, I bought him a “toddler” Radio Flyer wagon. It has cup holders and a shelf. There is a way to flip the shelf and seats into a standard flat-bottomed wagon.
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The English proverb or saying,
“Necessity is the mother of invention,”
certainly applies to the life of an Italian
immigrant named, Antonio Pasin.
This post was written before the
newest part of the post was imagined.
Radio Flyer is coming out with a
new “riding toy,” an Italian car:
What will children think of a smaller
version of a Tesla Model S? 🙂
Their daddies, uncles and other fancy
car aficionados will be pleased.
Antonio Pasin came to America from
Italy, in 1914, at the age of 16.
He was the son of a cabinetmaker,
whose family settled in
Antonio started a business of making
wooden cabinets for phonographs.
The wooden cart or wagon he built to
carry his tools in was a creation that
became popular among parents who
saw it as a place to put children and
pull them along behind them.
This is the story…
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