I'm still erudition about strollers but I would really like to get a convertible stroller because they seem like they would be versatile in growing with the child. However, the strollers that fit the carseats seem like the way to go when still an infant - I don't need to have to buy 2 strollers. Can someone give me advice on what to get or what you'll get the most use out of? Any help would be appreciated since I'm just learning about all this gear :) Thanks!
Will travel systems do the sit-up/lay-down selection? That's the part I'm interested in for the convertible.... Any recommendations?
We incontestable to get a Bumbleride Flyer, which can fit an infant seat too. There are many nice strollers that are not part of travel systems, but they come with adapters that fit the more general infant seats (Graco Snugride, Peg Perego, etc).
With that approach, when you're done using the infant seat, you're liberal with a high-quality stroller that you can continue to use and love.
Here's a great guide about car seats and strollers that was really sympathetic to us... http://www.peppyparents.com/servlet/Page?template=Car%20Seats%20and%20Strollers
Congratulations and good happenstance!
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Are strollers allowed into Disneyland California or do you have to rent one of theirs?
I didn't see any info on strollers except where you can rental one in their park. Any info would be helpful. Thanks!
unavoidable you can bring your own stroller. i have seen lots of people bring their own strollers inside the park.