Points to consider when buying a stroller

A stroller is not just a stroller, it is essential for life on the go with a baby. The right stroller not only gives a safe place for your baby to sit or to take a nap but it also provides a place for you to keep stuffs that are needed for the baby while going out.

Choosing a stroller for a baby is not an easy task. Depending on your family needs, you can select the best stroller for your baby.

1. How much is your budget?

The first thing that is to consider is your budget. If you want to use a stroller for a long time i.e. from newborn to toddler stages, then it will be wise to go for the models, adaptable for this purpose. This could save you cash in the long run.

2. Where are you going to use the stroller?

Think on, where are you going to use the stroller? This will solve half the battle. For example, big and bulky strollers will not be ideal ones for navigating through narrow city streets. Likewise, a smaller umbrella stroller doesn't have enough space to keep diaper bag, your purse and other essential items. Short wheel strollers will not be suitable for rough roads.

3. Is it newborn friendly?

If you want to put your newborn baby in a stroller right from day one then you should look for the stroller that offers a deep recline. For infants, different kind of strollers are available as the 6 months and above baby gets head control and can sit unsupported.

4. How easy is it to fold and unfold?

Before buying the stroller check whether the one handed fold is really as easy as they advertise.

5. How heavy is it?

Go for the one that is lightweight. As there may be situations when you have to carry the stroller along with your baby and diaper bag for example, if you have to go through an endless staircase or squishing onto the subway.

6. How long do you plan to use it?

If you are planning to use the same stroller for multiple kids, then go for the long-term value. But the model you can add onto for a new baby like a car seat, a stand and ride bumper or an additional seat.

So, once you narrow down the specific features for your lifestyle, the choice is a lot less daunting. Get ready to buy one for your baby. 

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