I recommend getting one larger, rocky stroller used for the daily walks or for larger trips (Disneyland, as an example), and a smaller, compact stroller used when you want to traveling light (flying into Europe or taking the train to New York City) or for use quick searching trips when you will need the stroller to fit in the trunk beside the supermarket.
While anticipating our first child, my spouse and I did exhaustive stroller study on the internet, in school, and through talking about parents with young children. We also examined multiple strollers out before choosing one. Or, to be accurate, two. You will quickly discover that having two strollers for a single kid is neither luxury nor necessity but is surely a convenience.
But even with two strollers, and even if you use them you'll be lucky if one is still in perfect operating condition after the half-decade or in which a child will make use of it. And if you've got a few children, forget about it: You're going through two scooters. Or three or four. That is why we've put together this guide to help parents find the perfect stroller(s) to their demands.
With the perfect stroller, you and your kid are ready for anything, by a fast visit to the shops into a week-long overseas vacation. The Bugaboo Cameleon Stroller is the top choice due to its versatile setup, its ease of steering, and also its many handy accessories and enhancements which let you customize it for your family.
Two of these now rest in the garage, relics of those bygone baby and toddler years, a person has been rolled along on its own way, and one gets regular use. We did not stop using any of our strollers since we wanted some fancy new one or because some of them couldn't accommodate the weight of a growing child or anything like that, we ceased using every one of the other drapes since they all broke. But why can we have that stroller? Because now we have a newborn, also, and our latest stroller functions together with her car seat. Yeah, children get expensive.