This recall involves all B.O.B. strollers manufactured between November 1998 and November 2010.

B.O.B. Trailers Inc., of Boise, Idaho

SOLD AT:  REI, Babies R' Us and other children's product and sporting goods stores nationwide and between November 1998 and October 2011 for between $280 and $600.

PROBLEM:  The stroller canopy's embroidered logo's backing patch can detach, posing a choking hazard to babies and young children.

PRODUCT NUMBERS RECALLED:  About 411,700 in the United States and 27,000 in Canada (357,000 units recalled in February 2011 due to strangulation hazard posed by canopy drawstring)

IF YOU OWN THIS PRODUCT:  Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled strollers until they remove the embroidery backing patch from the interior of the canopy's logo. Consumers should contact B.O.B. Trailers for instructions on removing the backing.

CONSUMER CONTACT:  For additional information, contact B.O.B. Trailers toll-free at (855) 242-2245 between 8:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. MT Monday through Friday, or visit the firm's website at

INCIDENTS/INJURIES:  The firm has received six reports of children mouthing the detached patch. Gagging and choking were reported in two incidents. The backing was removed from the children's mouth without injury. In each of the reported incidents, the children were seated in an infant car seat attached to the stroller.

MANUFACTURED IN:  Taiwan and China


The Question is, would you live stream your child's birth? I mean, most people do not want to have visitors in the room after birth, let alone have the WHOLE world watch as you are going through the ENTIRE experience!! For one mother, shame is not an issue.

Nancy Salgueiro, a 32 year-old mother of two, wants to set up a video camera in her living room and hook it up to her laptop to live-stream the birth of her third child.

"I feel it's really important for people to see the difference because birth is not what you see on T.V. It can be, but doesn't have to be like that," she said. The Ottawa mother also said her main goal is to promote natural home birth.

With support from her husband (Mike Carreira), she also anticipates her child Taivus to cut the umbilical cord. More than 800 people have already signed up for pre-registration on her website. Sign-ups include people from Japan, New Zeland, Europe and Australia! 

"Im just trying to support her in her passion," said Mike Carreira, "This is a stretch for me,, but I'm going to do it."

Two midwives will assist her, as well as one person to operate the camera.

"It was just a thought that came into my head," said Salgueiro, "I was like, 'I could have this birth live online,' I didnt know anyone had done it before."