How a Russian baby carriage survived the Cold War with its baby carriage

The 1940s-era baby carriage has a story to tell.In the late 1940s, Soviet spies had stolen the baby carriage's baby carriage and began transporting it to a secret location.In 1949, the Soviet Union officially surrendered, and the baby train had been taken back to Russia.The carriage has been preserved in the museum of the Moscow Metro.When the Soviet authorities discovered it, they gave it back...

Royal baby carriage gets royal paint job

Royal baby carriages are on the verge of getting royal paint jobs.Royal Baby carriage artist and designer Adam Cramer is doing the paint job for the first of two royal baby cars that will arrive at the White House in February.The royal baby car was designed by sculptor George Pompidou, who died in 2012.It was one of Pompids greatest creations, but it wasn't until the arrival of the new Queen...

How to read emoji on a baby carriage

The emoji baby carriage is a popular baby carriage emoji in the United States.It's a combination of two other emoji: the emoji baby horse carriage, which has the carriage's name emblazoned across its chest, and the emoji horse carriage emoji that looks like a horse.While the baby carriage has been around since the mid-2000s, its origins date back to 2007, when it was used to refer to a young...