find the right seat.
The first thing to consider is your baby's age, weight and size. Newborns and babies still in rear-facing car seats should be fully reclined; older toddlers need wiggle room and a seat they can grow into.
Whether you have one baby or two, or are bringing an older brother or sister along for the ride, the right stroller can make errands and walks easier on everyone—especially you.
Are you a city dweller or an offroad runner? Will
you be taking your baby to the grocery store or
just to the playground? Different models suit
different lifestyles and let you take your baby
along for the ride.
A place for a little one's snacks or sippy cup is important, but so is a spot for your half-caf skim latte.
storage basket and pouches
You've already got your hands full, so choose a stroller with a large under-seat basket and pouches to take on some of the load.
Telescoping or pivoting handle heights help steering and comfort, a foot brake lets you stop and park easily, plus an adjustable seat back lets the youngest babies ride fully reclined.
Snap-on weather protectors keep rain, snow and sun off your little one, while liners and bunting bags add a layer of warmth that won't get kicked off.