Double-stroller shopping today is much more than stopping by your local big box store and picking the one with the cutest pattern. Strollers meant for more than one child have come an amazingly long way in the last 10 years. Most makers have ditched the overly long utilitarian baby bus and have created hundreds of fresh models ensuring there is certainly one to fit your needs. Plus, just as many that have addressed those needs you didn’t even know you needed (make sense?). Here is a quick list to get you started on your double-stroller search.
1. Baby Jogger City Select Stroller 2010
You put the bassinet on; you take the car seat off. You put the second seat on then you turn them all about. This amazing stroller from City Select has more options than the hokey-pokey. Twenty different options and positions are possible for strolling with baby(s). Once you’ve purchased the single stroller, you can add on any accessories you like such as a newborn bassinet, second car seat kit, or a second child seat. Have one or both children face you or face the world. Make sure you watch this video to view of all options.
2. Joovy Big Caboose: I don’t know about eggs, but putting all three of your children in one basket, er, stroller sounds like a good plan to me. This tandem stroller has two standard seats with harness straps plus a sit/stand bench seat on the back for your older child who doesn’t like to be strapped in.
3. Baby Jogger Performance: For mom’s who love a good workout, this high end double jogging stroller from Baby Jogger will lighten the load so you can concentrate on running. 16” wheels, extra large individual sun canopies and bucket seats make this a comfortable ride for both kids.
4. Dream on me side by side double stroller: When your kids both want a good view of the world and you just want a convenient lightweight stroller, the Dream on Me side by side double is for you. A step up from standard umbrella strollers, this stroller has an under seat basket, individual canopies, and individual seats with their own recline abilities.
5. Two Ways Tandem Stroller: A basic tandem stroller with a twist. The front seat can face forward or backward giving you the option to keep a better eye on the baby. Both seats are compatible with infant car seats. If you are looking for a simple stroller without a lot of bells and whistles this is a great option at only $149.