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Opinions Please! What's Your Stroller Recommendation?

Opinions Please! What's Your Stroller Recommendation?

The difference between a mad woman and a happy mother? Her stroller. I'd go so far as to say it's the single most important material purchase parents make for their baby since they use it all the time. As we prep for baby number three, we'll be purchasing our fourth buggy. Clueless of what to look for, we went through two with our daughter. First, we shelled out for an elaborate system that couldn't handle the city streets and had poor shocks and squeaky wheels after our first lengthy walk. Then, we invested in a jogging stroller that was great...until we had to turn it — its front wheel was stationary.

While expecting my son, I did my research before buying (the then largely unknown) phil & teds E3 with the doubles kit. For three years, the amazing invention rolled everywhere from Lake Tahoe's nature trails to my husband taking it off-roading over rocks in Golden Gate Park. The orange fabric has endured more than a few mud and chocolate milk splashes and my lil guy eventually preferred to walk (read run) everywhere so the beloved buggy has retired to our garage. To see what I need in our next set of wheels and to offer your recommendations,

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My husband and I want our soon-to-be infant to have a fresh, clean carriage so we're figuring out what to get next. Our needs are a bit different than before — the stroller will be mostly for the new babe, but I want the convenience of an attachable seat in case my son hits the hay when I head out shopping or want to walk long distances to shed postpartum pounds. Living in a city full of cracked sidewalks and pot holes makes durable tires a must and I don't need a ride that accommodates an infant car seat since we'll be using our Britax Boulevard from the get go. Since I'll be juggling three kiddos in parking lots, I'll also need a buggy that is quick to collapse and easy to pop in the trunk. So far, the front-runner is the phil & teds Vibe, which comes highly recommended by BabySugar and is a brand I trust. Do you have a stroller suggestion that fits my criteria? If so, please share!

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Madeline-Masen Madeline-Masen 6 years
i have way to many strollers 10 to be exact but i love them (i have used 8 out of the 10 because i an pregnant with baby number two and the strollers i haven't used are doubles) but out of all my strollers: Bugaboo Bugaboo Bee Maclaren Bob Revolution Vibe Orbit Stokke Bob double Quinny Maclaren doublei love all my strollers except my Quinny which was horrible i would tell people NOT to buy it
Madeline-Masen Madeline-Masen 6 years
i have way to many strollers 10 to be exact but i love them (i have used 8 out of the 10 because i an pregnant with baby number two and the strollers i haven't used are doubles) but out of all my strollers: Bugaboo Bugaboo Bee Maclaren Bob Revolution Vibe Orbit Stokke Bob double Quinny Maclaren double i love all my strollers except my Quinny which was horrible i would tell people NOT to buy it
tngirly tngirly 6 years
I LOVE my Bob stroller too. I have the Stroller Strides version (revolution). I second everything that the person above said- SO manuverable, easy to fold, etc. great for running around town (took it shopping this past Sat) or exercising (just did a 5k last weekend) it does not have an attachment for a 2nd child though.
tngirly tngirly 6 years
I LOVE my Bob stroller too. I have the Stroller Strides version (revolution). I second everything that the person above said- SO manuverable, easy to fold, etc. great for running around town (took it shopping this past Sat) or exercising (just did a 5k last weekend)it does not have an attachment for a 2nd child though.
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