1 newborn 1 toddler

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Fine Print (don’t skip it…)

There’s fine print you need to read before buying a specific stroller or car seat – click here. Trust us on this, don’t skip the fine print. 

Not sure what each column means or how to use the table?

No problem! Click here to learn about all the information in each column AND the how to use all of the functions, features, and filters found in the table.

Filtering tips to find your perfect stroller:

We’ve pre-filtered the table so you only see the double strollers – but you’ll likely want to consider adding some extra filters.

You might want to look into the double strollers that can later turn into a single, as depending on the spacing of the kids, your youngest may be the only one needing a stroller for a while – and it would look goofy to be pushing a double stroller with just one kid in it. To select these strollers that can later turn into a single, make sure that you add a filter to the kids column that says AND (not OR) kids have “all of” “1”.

Another example. If you know that you want a side-by-side double, then go into the “Kids” column filter and uncheck the “2 FTB”. 

Note that with some doubles, depending on your toddler’s weight/height you may only be able to put the child in 1 of the 2 seats.[/showhide]

Could a single stroller + sit-on board work for your 2 kids?

Some families with a newborn + toddler might not need a full seat for the toddler, but also might not be able to use a ride-on board for the toddler as the toddler may be young and either not able to balance or get too tired to stand the whole time. If this is your situation, you may want to consider a single stroller that you add a sit-on board to the back. If your toddler were to get really tired – depending on your stroller – you could wear the newborn and pop the tired toddler into the main stroller seat. To see all the single strollers that will take 1 car seat, go into the filter for the Kids column and make sure to check “1”.

Listed below are some options for add-on sit-boards that can attach to a wide range of strollers (just make sure to check that the board you want will fit on the stroller you want).

Englacha Junior X Rider

Kleine Dreumes Kid Sit

Lascal BuggyBoard Saddle – attaches to the Lascal BuggyBoard Maxi

Bugaboo strollers ONLY

Bugaboo Comfort Wheeled Board

Kleine Dreumes Twoo (only fits on Bugaboo strollers as goes on Bugaboo board)

Note: there are tons of “buggy board” attachments for older kids to stand on – but all the ones above allow the older child to sit. If you like the idea of a buggy board, but want one that’s a little more “fun” – check out the Mountain Buggy Freerider which when detached is a scooter![/showhide]

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Snap N’ Go’s (Frame-Only Strollers)

These are frame-only strollers, meaning that you must use the car seat at all times with these strollers as otherwise there’s nothing for the baby to sit in. This also means that these strollers are obsolete once the baby outgrows the infant seat.

Note: The Baby Trend Snap-N-Go name is very misleading… as car seats do NOT snap into the Baby Trend Snap-N-Go (single or double)… rather, you must STRAP them onto this stroller. The Baby Trend strollers are safe to use, so long as you are diligent about strapping the car seat properly onto it each time. Car seats will snap into the Graco, Chicco, Joovy, and Maxi Cosi snap n’ go’s listed here.

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This information is applicable to the car seats as sold in the US. Car seats listed above with similar or identical names may be sold in other countries but are NOT the same seat.