Both my 1-year-old and 3-year-old like cruising in the SmarTrike. It’s such a great alternative to the stroller and allows the little ones to feel ‘behind the wheel’. There are many models, and we have the Spark Touch Steering 4-in-1 trike, which sells for around $100. We used it in push mode for our 1-year-old and our 3-year-old powered it himself. What I loved:Design: It's just so darn cute. We have the blue one and it makes me smile every time I see my kids on it.
The Doona Infant Car Seat Stroller—an all in one product for parents looking for convenient traveling. This rear facing infant car seat/stroller combo is perfect for either the parent on the go or the parent with multiple children (and let’s face it—most parents fall into either one or both of these categories). The conversion of car seat to stroller is quick and efficient; with 2 presses of a button, you can be out of your car with baby and off to your next destination.At first
Our family loves going for walks in the neighborhood, but it gets more challenging now that we have two little ones. Our preschooler often still wants to sit in the stroller, while her younger brother is more enthusiastic to take off running – unfortunately, not always in the desired direction. If we don’t need to be anywhere soon, this is totally fine, but when we actually need to stay on schedule, our Combi Fold N Go Double Stroller is the perfect solution.The stroller is a
Have you been looking for a stroller with the style of the Bugaboo Cameleon but the ruggedness of the Bugaboo Donkey? Meet the Buffalo. It’s like a love child of both strollers.The Buffalo is a luxury stroller with a smart design, innovative features, and amazing maneuverability.SEATThe Buffalo seat has a weight capacity of 50 lbs which is much higher than we are used to with a Bugaboo. The stroller can be used from birth (with the included carrycot) . The seat is 13″ wide with
When it comes to compact and lightweight, my go-to brand is Combi. Originating in Japan, Combi designs with space-constraint and travel concerns top of mind. Their F2 Stroller is a recent addition to their line, and it does not disappoint when it comes to delivering high performance in an ultra streamlined form, which is ideal for those of us who don’t want a large stroller parked in our homes or who like to get out and about with little bulk. Great for public transportation and travel, the
Bugaboo, long considered a top choice in strollers, introduces the Bee3 as the third generation of their compact, lightweight urban stroller that makes taking to the streets fun and easy. True to their reputation, this Bugaboo is high quality, customizable and a pleasure to use from birth through age 3. One of the biggest draws to Bugaboo strollers are how highly versatile they are. The Bee3 transforms from bassinet to stroller and gives you the freedom to choose colors for various components.
In a world of big, fancy, multi-featured strollers, I’m always still on the lookout for the perfect, simple umbrella stroller that I can conveniently take with me wherever I go. Urbini offers a great candidate with their Hummingbird Lightweight Stroller. Weighing less than 7 pounds (lighter than many newborns!), the Hummingbird still manages to pack in all the comfort and utility of much larger strollers. It has a roomy, padded seat that holds kids up to 50 pounds – enough to last you
The Joovy TooFold Stroller is my new favorite stroller with a creative mechanical design that makes it extremely versatile. This innovative stroller starts as a single stroller and expands its wheelbase to reveal a ride-on board for accommodating a second child. It comfortably holds both children when in use, but also quickly folds up compactly to a standing position – a huge benefit for storing at home, as well as for situations where you just want to get the stroller out of the way
MSRP $399 (optional bassinet for $189 more) BIRTH TO 33 LBS (with bassinet), 3 MONTHS TO 55 LBS (with stroller seat) WEIGHS 25 LBS The Evo, from Dutch brand Mutsy, is the Cadillac of strollers. While not terribly small and certainly not the lightest, it delivers on performance with the smoothest ride of the strollers tested. Large rear wheels, a sophisticated suspension system and ball bearings on all wheels make transporting your child nearly effortless. Honestly, there is so little
Bloom Zen Stroller MSRP $799 6 MONTHS TO 44 LBS (from birth with the Bloom Yoga Newborn Nest or an infant car seat) WEIGHS 20 LBS. The Zen catches your eye with bold, playful colors and draws you in with highly thoughtful features. The smallest-folding all-terrain stroller, this full-sized stroller packs down to a teninch width that makes it easy to stow in the trunk of a Mini. To achieve its compact fold, the seat’s breathable, UV-coated fabric can be unhooked from the frame and folded.