Whether out shopping for groceries, walking through the park, or heading downtown on the subway, there is a stroller to help you tackle your daily routine with baby safely along for the ride. What stroller is best for you? With so many types and features to choose from, answer the basics first: Who will be using it (an infant, a toddler, one child or more)? Who will be pushing it? How often will it be used? Where will it be stored? What price range is doable? There's a stroller to fit every lifestyle, and we break it down so you can make an easier, informed decision.
Look for these features that ensure baby's comfort and your convenience:
accommodates drivers of all heights - very convenient when sharing driving responsibilities.
offers convenience with cup holders and covered storage.
lets you hold your baby and fold your stroller at the same time.
extra-large storage basket
keeps diaper bag, toys and blankets tucked away.
suspension systems and shock absorbers
ensure a smooth ride.
rubber, air-inflated wheels
will do the best job of cushioning the bounce.
protects your little one from the elements.
multiple recline positions
allow you to adjust the seat when your child wants to nap or see the world around her.
5-point safety harness
safely secures baby at shoulders, hips and between the legs.
for snacking and little hands at play.
quick-release tires and compact fold*
for easy travel and storage.
front swivel wheel
allows you to round corners with ease.
Runners should look for a front-locking wheel to help them stay on course.
*Not on this model.
There are several types of strollers available – from full-featured full-size strollers to specialty strollers that complement your lifestyle – so you can choose the one that's right for you.
Chances are, you've seen a baby carrier in action. New moms and dads toting their little ones everywhere – parks, malls, trails, grocery stores – doing everyday stuff, hands-free with ease. These amazing carriers keep your precious cargo comfy, close and safe wherever you go. Check out the different types, then add one to your registry!
Lets your infant face in for
comfort and later outwards to
explore the world.
Carry baby face in, on hip or backpack. Lumbar support helps relieve shoulder pressure.
Fabric with ideal one-way stretch and wrap uses entire back and shoulders to evenly distribute weight.
Framed, padded structure seats baby and evenly distributes the weight to reduce risk of back strain. For older babies with neck control.
Adjustable over-the-shoulder sling cradles your infant in a comfy pouch style. Babies love the swaddling, and can nurse at the same time.