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Babies are cute and all… but why can't they walk on their own!
Carrying your bundle of joy in your arms and shlepping around a stroller isn't always joyful. That's why you ned a baby carrier!
But with all the baby carries on the market, it's hard to chose the one that's right for you. Thankfully, Perezitos baby toting expert Jogger Mom has all the answer's for precious parents on the go, like Amy who asks:
Yay! A womb for two! Double the fun!
And also double the trouble.
Help! I am having twins, what side by side stroller can I put infant seats into?
Jogger Mom says:
Congratulations! You will soon belong to a whole new group of women. Mothers of multiples that is! Having twins is exciting; it is best to figure out the big stuff like strollers and cribs now while you still can move around comfortably. For a side by side twin stroller that holds 2 infant seats you really are limited. There are 2 new stroller/adapters on the market though. Can you believe they were just released in the last few months?
The Bumbleride Indie Twin will hold 2 Maxi Cosi infant car seats. The adapters were just released last month. This is a great full function stroller that has an adjustable handlebar for you and a raised kick plate for your little ones.
The new Mountain Buggy Duet is proud to be one of the only side by side strollers on the market to hold 2 Graco infant seats. Because this stroller is just as wide as the Mountain Buggy Single Jungle it will fit comfortably in your trunk as well!
I hope this helps with your query. Finding the right stroller is never easy. Finding the right stroller for twins is a little tougher. The good news is you have choices!
It can be a little challenging to go strollin' when it's snowin'.
Perezcious reader Jessica asks:
I live where it is snowy all winter. I have to be able to get out of the house with my little one. What stroller would you recommend?
Here's what Jogger Mom has to say:
Yes, hibernating inside is no fun for anyone. Although getting out in the snow can sometimes feel like a daunting task. Pushing a stroller in snow is similar to pushing a stroller in sand….both work against you.
Pushing a small plastic wheeled stroller would not be your best choice. I have heard of plastic wheels exploding in the cold temperatures.
What you want to push is a large air filled tire, something similar to a bike tire. I would look for a tire size that is 12” or 16”. The 16” tires tend to be on our sportier strollers like the BOB Revolution SE.
If you are looking for an everyday stroller with a large tire you might like the Bumbleride Indie Movement edition with a 12” tire. You can still run behind this stroller I just would not recommend long miles. I hope this makes your strolls thru winter a breeze!
Double it up!
“I love to run but, I have 2 young children. Is there such thing as a double tandem running stroller? I live in the city and need one to get thru tight spaces.”
Jogger mom's tip: