|The Snap n' Go|
Now that she's over 6 weeks I'd like to start walking more and jogging (like lite jogging) and until now have had my mind set on the Britax B-ready or the Baby Jogger City Select because they can both be converted into a double stroller as we'd like to have our kiddos close together (like 2 years or less between them, hey we aren't the youngest couple on the block- time is a tickin'!). My goal is to have to buy as few strollers as possible during our lifetime, which I'm discovering may be really difficult unless you have twins as they would need the same size everything as they grow and you could just get a double stroller. These 2 just made sense since it's a single stroller until we have a second then we just pop on the 2nd seat and stick the car seat carrier in and bam! you're ready to go and you can have different combos as the kids need different seats at different ages (see pic below).
|The Baby Jogger City Select in all it's glory|
So I guess my dilemma is - do I spend the dough and just start working out my upper body strength to have a stroller that has the "potential" to accommodate 2 kids and risk the real fact that: a.)we may not be able to even get preggo a 2nd time or b.) it may take longer than we want to get preggo a 2nd time and BK will be big enough to walk herself around for the most part?
......or do I just suck it up get a single stroller and if and when we do have another kid buy another bigger stroller?
......Or do I get a jogger and when she gets bigger and outgrows the snap 'n go buy a lightweight stroller to use for shopping/zoo/ park trips?
It' looks as though either way is gonna cost a pretty penny. Any moms with kids close in age have any advice or an "I wish I would have..."? Cause I gotta buy something soon :)