I need help.
I really need to decide on a stroller so that I can just go ahead and order it and get this nonsense out of my mind already! It really shouldn't take a person this long to make a decision. I have narrowed it down to two strollers, both of which are a snap and go style. The first candidate is:
the Graco Snap and Go stroller
Down below just happens to be a picture of the said stroller. And below this one is...
... a picture of how it should be with my carseat snapped in. :)
And I will also look just as cheesy and staged as this woman does when I take my first picture with mine, that is if this is the winner. :)
- I have a graco snugride carseat which should easily snap right into the graco frame
- I love that there are two cup holders, one for my water bottle and the other for my keys
- It seems to have a pretty good sized basket that I could easily get into if need be
- Easy to get in and out of the car and much more lightweight than those huge graco systems
- This happens to be the more inexpensive choice of the two
(these are mostly based on reviews that I have read)
- It is not as easy on uneven terrain. Its not that I'd go walking in gravel, but I most likely will be walking daily on paths through the canal and such
- Reviews state that the shocks aren't too great for these walks that I'm talking about and that baby would be easily woken up
- The stroller does not turn on a dime. It takes a little more effort to turn this baby around if need be.
Maclaren Easy Traveller
- It is SUPER lightweight and folds almost as small as an umbrella stroller
- It is so easy to fold up... you can literally do it with one hand
- Should fit my carseat and be able to snap in as well
- Has a huge basket that could fit like 20 blankets, your diaper bag, and your purse
- Drives, if you will, very easily and has a pretty good shock system (as far as I have read)
- Do you see that dinky little cup holder? It's for a baby bottle, not a water bottle. Huge problem considering the fact that I ALWAYS have a water bottle with me
- I'm a little concerned that I wouldn't be able to get into the basket very well once the carseat is snapped into place... that could be a problem
- A little more expensive of the two
- Although they say that my car seat will fit nicely into the stroller, I can't be 100% sure until I try it out myself. I definitely don't want my baby falling out of the stroller.
Ok, so all you mothers out there, you have a job. Please leave a comment about which seems to be the better option. I am planning on using this until I find it necessary to buy an umbrella stroller for the little tyke.