In our last blog, we discussed the basics on how to choose the perfect stroller for your family's needs. In this blog, we'll introduce you to other options to choose from when selecting a stroller.
A stroller seat that fully reclines is great for naps. Accessories for newborns are available to give them proper support, but ensure it's properly approved for newborns.
Some strollers come with infant car seats that can clip onto the stroller so you don't have to move baby each time you need to switch gear.
Check to see if your stroller choice accomodates newborn babies. These options include proper support so the baby doesn't slump over.
There are handy dandy strollers out there that are a cinch to close with one hand. This is especially helpful if you have a full house and travel a lot, or are usually in a rush. Strollers that can close one-handed also stand upright by themselves without having to worry about them falling over.
Some strollers have adjustable handlebars to accomodate several different stroller handlers. Tall dads will have the same comfortability with adjustable handles as a shorter mom.
If you forsee daily walks all year round for you and the baby, investing in a sun canopy is a must. This protects baby's sensitive skin and eyes, and provides a quiet space to snooze.
If they're in the stroller, they're probably going to have snacks and drinks from time to time. Mishaps occur and you'll want a fabric that's both sturdy and washable.
Stroller baskets are invaluable. If you're doing a little shopping, stuffing groceries in the basket makes the chore easier. Hold stuffed animals, diaper bags and more in this convenient and versatile space.
In addition to the items mentioned above, you can also find:
Snack and cup holders