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Posted by on Jun 18, 2017 in Child Safety | 0 comments

Stroller for Baby Versus Stroller for Mom and Dad

Stroller for Baby Versus Stroller for Mom and Dad

When it comes to choosing a stroller for baby, a better way to look at it might be to consider what Mom and Dad want in the stroller. The baby is probably going to be bundled up and content anyway, and as long as the stroller isn’t as hard as a rock, the baby isn’t going to care about the brand or other perks that a parent might.

So when it comes to choosing a stroller for baby, what top priorities do parents have? There are # criteria that are important to moms and dads.

Safety

You never want to invest in a stroller that’s been recalled (for those of you who are considering buying second hand). Sometimes a child can fall through and get trapped, causing a fatality. So make sure you research the brand name and model number.

You want a stroller for baby that takes age into consideration. A tiny newborn doesn’t need to wobble around in a stroller that’s too big for him or her. Most have adjustment elements to grow with your baby.

Tires

You may not think tires matter much, but there’s a big difference between those plastic wheels that get stuck and the rubber tires that work better on a multitude of areas like concrete, tile, and asphalt.

Overall Weight and Size

You already have your purse, the diaper bag, and maybe a briefcase to contend with. Do you really need a 150 pound stroller to lug out of the trunk, too? Some parents will want a lightweight stroller they can easily lift with one hand and set up with ease.

You’ll also want to determine how much room you have in your car for the size of the baby stroller. Some are very larger and clunky, while others fold up into the size of an umbrella, making transportation easy.

Baby Perks

Sometimes keeping your little one happy is the best thing that can happen for Mom and Dad. The child is entertained, comfortable, and not squealing while you’re out and about. So baby perks can make a difference.

Look for strollers let you move the child so that it faces you, instead of frontward. See if it has the little attachments like cup holders and trays for snack times. Is there a shield for the sun if you’re out all day? Babies can get cranky in the heat and they have sensitive skin, too.

When shopping for a stroller for baby, it’s important to consider everyone who has a stake in the child’s happiness. You want ease of use, comfort, and versatility but some things, such as safety, are paramount above all other wants and needs.

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