The only thing this stroller is missing is the flashing "CAUTION: WIDE LOAD" sign. Not a practical option if you're planning on not hitting mailboxes along the sidewalk or getting in any store doors.
This one is probably my favorite at the moment, there is a platform on the back for Mags to stand on as well as a little seat with a strap so I could possibly buckle her in if she'll sit still that long.
If money were no object, I'd buy me this one. Its awesome. Not only does Julia Roberts tote her twins and one singleton around this way, but I love that little birds nest perch that Maggie would chill in. I think she'd get a kick out of leading the way. Then when Maggie thinks she's too cool for a stroller, it easily transforms into just a double. Sweet.And then there is the last option: three peas in a pod, 3 kids all in a line. Reminds me of a missile. But money wise this type of stroller is the most affordable. Its probably the most practical as well, as far as getting in and out of doors and keeping Maggie from breaking loose and running away.
So there you have it: a triple stroller tutorial. Now when you have twins and an 18 month old you can think back on this and remember that you want exactly what Julia Roberts has. Or maybe by then I'll be ready to sell you mine.