Last, attempt to see the fact that you likely need two strollers as an opportunity, not a burden -- even although it is an opportunity necessitating more outlay of money. Though a umbrella stroller is great for afternoons in town, it's useless for jogging on a path. Similarly, a running stroller is perfect for a morning trot through the suburbs, but also a bad choice for surfing the aisles of a store or even for carrying onto the subway. If storage area or budget constrains one to a single stroller, then just make sure you find one that is flexible.
For the record, you're not likely to see some tandem/double strollers listed here. That isn't because I really do not like double strollers or because many good types exist, but is simply because most manufacturers that make a nice single stroller also offer double/tandem models. If you are partial to a brand or sold with some of the things here, take a look at their multi-kid alternatives.
Next, think about the types of activities you find yourself and your child sharing. If you are an enthusiastic runner, then a jogging stroller is a superb idea. If you are always on and off trains or subways, then an extra lightweight and compact folding stroller is a necessity. If your plan is to bring your child with you on all your errands, search for extra storage capacity beneath the stroller. And if you are going to be in and out of your car all of the time, make sure your stroller and car seats are compatible.
As for choosing the right stroller(so ), start with the basics. How large is the little one? For how long does she need extra support and padding around her head and neck? Should be lying flat in a bassinet? Would she feed himself from a tray nonetheless? And so on. Begin by thinking about your kid's size, needs, and abilities, in different words.