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Stroller Guide
As a new parent it is easy to feel overwhelmed by choices, especially when it comes to big items like strollers, car seats, walkers and other necessary baby gear. The more information you can arm yourself with, the more informed choices you can make for you and your family.

Let’s start by taking a look at strollers and hopefully help you narrow down your selection based on your needs.
Traditional/Full-Size Strollers
  • Comfortable ride for your little one.
  • Stroller includes many features that help make outings more enjoyable.
  • Many include cup holders.
  • Many have adjustable handles and storage baskets.
  • Some stroller models are crafted of lightweight material.
  • Most accept an infant car seat so you can create your own travel system.
Travel System Strollers
  • Consists of an infant car seat + stroller + stay-in car base.
  • Allows you to use the car seat with your stroller, so you can easily switch baby from car to the outside world.
  • Once baby outgrows the car seat, you can still use the stroller.
Multi-Child Strollers
  • There are many options for strollers for two or more children.
  • Double strollers can feature side by side seats or can have seats arranged front to back.
  • Some styles accept 1 infant car seat and some accept 2 infant car seats.
  • Certain styles can accommodate 2 infants, 1 infant and 1 toddler or 2 toddlers – be sure to pick that one that fits your needs.
All-Terrain Strollers
  • Locking front swivel wheel allows for tremendous maneuverability.
  • This stroller can be used on all types of terrain, both off road and pavement.
  • Most accept an infant car seat so you can create your own travel system.
Umbrella Strollers
  • Perfect for quick trips.
  • A great choice for air travel.
  • Makes a terrific second stroller.
Lightweight Strollers
  • Perfect for quick trips.
  • Compact for on-the-go times.
  • Makes a terrific second stroller.
  • Some accept infant car seats so you can create your own travel system.
There’s a quick overview of some of the styles of strollers out there. Be sure to assess how and where you will use the stroller and also what type of room you have in your home for storage before you buy.

Of course check for a stroller that was made for your child's age, height, and weight. Newborns need to be able to lie almost flat in strollers, since they are unable to hold up their heads.

Whatever you choose, always register your stroller with the manufacturer ASAP so you never miss any important safety notices or product recalls.