Last, attempt to observe the fact that you likely need two scooters as a chance, not a burden -- although it's a chance requiring more outlay of money. Even though an umbrella stroller is wonderful for afternoons in town, it's useless for running on a path. Likewise, a jogging stroller is excellent for a morning through the suburbs, but a bad choice for navigating the aisles of a shop or for carrying onto the subway. If storage area or budget constrains one to a single stroller, then just make sure to find one that is adaptable.
For your record, you're not going to see any tandem/double strollers listed here. That's not because I don't like double strollers or even because many good types exist, but is only because many brands that make a nice single stroller also provide double/tandem models. If you're partial to a new or sold with some of these things , check out their multi-kid options.
In terms of choosing the right stroller(so ), start with the fundamentals. How big is your son or daughter? For how long will she need additional support and padding around her head and neck? Have to be lying flat into a bassinet? Can she feed himself from a tray however? And so on. Start by thinking about your children's size, needs, and skills, in other words.
Next, think about the types of activities you see yourself and your child sharing. If you are an enthusiastic runner, then a running stroller is a wonderful idea. If you're always on and off trains or subways, then a extra lightweight and compact folding stroller is a must. If you plan to make your child with you with of your errands, then look for additional storage capacity beneath the stroller. And if you will be in and out of your car all the time, make sure your stroller and car seats are compatible.