In the end, try to see the simple fact that you probably need two scooters as an opportunity, not a weight -- though it is a chance requiring more outlay of money. Even though an umbrella stroller is good for afternoons in town, it's useless for running on a path. Likewise, a running stroller is excellent for a morning through the suburbs, but a poor selection for navigating the aisles of a store or for carrying onto the subway. If storage space or space constrains you to one desk, then just make certain that to find one that's flexible.
For your record, you are not going to observe any tandem/double strollers recorded here. That isn't because I do not like double strollers or because many good types exist, but is just because most manufacturers which produce a nice single stroller also offer double/tandem models. If you're partial to a new or sold with some of these points here, have a look at their multi-kid alternatives.
As for choosing the right stroller(s), begin with the basics. How large is the little one? For how long does she need extra support and padding around her head and neck? Have to be lying flat in a bassinet? Would she feed himself from a tray nonetheless? And so forth. Start by considering your kid's size, needs, and skills, in other words.
Then think about the sorts of activities you find yourself and your kid sharing. If you are an enthusiastic runner, then a jogging stroller is a terrific idea. If you're constantly off and on trains or subways, then a extra lightweight and compact folding stroller is a must. If you plan to bring your child with you with your errands, search for additional storage capability beneath the stroller. And in the event you'll be in and outside of your car all the time, ensure that your stroller and car seats are harmonious.