November 7, 2018
Key Things to Consider Before Buying Another Stroller
Everyone has different needs. If you have two young children, your needs are different than those with only one child. Active persons have different needs then those with a more sedentary lifestyle.
What to Consider Before Buying A New Stroller
The Age Of Your First Child – How old is your first child and when do you expect the next one. You may think your first child will be out of the stroller by the time he or she is 2 years old. The truth is, you need to consider mobility needs pretty much right up until they enter school.
Your Lifestyle – Are you an active person or an active couple? Are you outside a lot walking or jogging or do you tend to drive to and from most destinations with your child? The will make an enormous impact on your choices.
Your Buying Habits – Some of us just have to have the latest gadget. I’m one of those people and I just admit to myself. It affects this kind of purchase, because I am inclined to look for products that I know I can add things onto rather than replace. It’s much less expensive to buy expandable products, but just as much fun.
Your Budget – What you can or can’t spend is very important, but I urge you to think long term on this. For example, if you buy a stroller that can accommodate a toddler board, for example, it will considerably less expensive long-term than buying second probably double stroller for times when your toddler is tired of walking. If you buy a lightweight aluminum stroller which will be more money up front, of course, it will alleviate the need for a lighter more agile mall stroller.
It’s All About Your Lifestyle
The one most important piece of information I want to impart about your buying decisions is this: It’s all about your lifestyle. Matching up your choice of equipment to your lifestyle is the key element of all your baby stroller buying decisions. A lot of us are like kids in a candy store when we walk into a shop selling equipment for our kids. We can’t help ourselves! We have to have it. After all, it’s for the kids right?