stroller baby

Have you just found out that you’re pregnant? Congratulations! Once you’ve got over the excitement (and trepidation) of the early stages of your pregnancy, you need to start thinking about all the essentials that you need to buy your newborn. While this can be a lot of fun, it can also be a minefield. A purchasing mistake at this point could end up causing you a lot of hassle in the long run when your little one arrives. With that in mind, we look at three things that you should keep in mind when choosing the right stroller for you.

A stroller is a key piece of baby equipment that no new parent can do without, so here we examine what you should be looking for before you make your final decision so that you won’t be left feeling disappointed by your purchase.


The very first thing that you need to consider when choosing a stroller is its portability. This might sound ridiculous since a stroller is clearly a portable piece of baby equipment. However, not all strollers are created equal. Not every stroller is easy to put up and down, or is small enough to fit easily into the trunk of a small car. Not every stroller can easily be taken up and down stairs or be collapsed quickly to get on the bus. You need to think about your lifestyle to determine the best type of stroller for you and your baby.

If you live upstairs, for example, you’ll need a stroller which you can easily get up to your apartment without struggling. If you have a smaller than average car, you’ll need to check to make sure that you can easily fit your stroller into its trunk. If you regularly use public transport, you need to ensure that your stroller will fit easily onto the bus or subway without taking up too much space. Too many new parents make the mistake of choosing a really stylish stroller which turns out to be incredibly impractical when it comes to their way of life, so think hard about how you’re going to be getting your baby from A to B before you buy.

Double Stroller?

If you’re having twins, of course you’ll need a double stroller to accommodate both babies, but if you already have a toddler or pre-schooler you’ll need to make the decision about whether or not you’ll need to invest in a double stroller. If your older child is still very young then it’s a no-brainer, but even if you have a three-year-old, you may still need to think about getting a double stroller if they are unwilling to walk long distances or if you spend a lot of time walking as a family. You can find more information at about how to choose the right twin stroller to suit your needs.


The third and arguably the most important thing about choosing a stroller for your new baby is how much you can afford to spend. Some strollers are almost as expensive as a second-hand car! So, you need to think realistically about how much you should splash out on a piece of equipment which will only last a few years. If this is your first baby and you’re planning on having a large family, it’s well worth paying more for your stroller since it will probably see a lot of use. On the other hand, if you’re only planning on using it for a short while, a cheaper stroller will probably suffice. It’s worth spending a little more for good quality however. Remember this is your child’s safety you’re thinking of, so always choose a reputable brand bought from a reliable seller.

Of course, there are lots of considerations to think about when you’re choosing the right baby products for you, however these are the three main factors to bear in mind when you’re picking a stroller for your new baby. If you bear these points in mind before you buy, you can be sure that you’ll be very happy with your purchase and that your baby will be safe and comfortable for the next few years to come!