Baby first stroller
The first thing you need to look for in a baby stroller is its built for your child.
If you’re buying for a newborn baby, be sure to look for one where your little one can lie almost flat. This is because they cannot hold their heads up yet. No worries, a lot of strollers now recline; which means you can flatten the seat and pull it upwards once your baby can better hold their head.
Also, check the model if they are just right for your baby’s weight, height, and age.
Additionally, you have to consider what you’re buying the stroller for. Do you want to bring your baby outdoors for a walk? If that’s the case, it might be a good idea to choose the one you can navigate through a possibly rough sidewalk. A stroller with compartments and an umbrella might also be practical.
Note: If you’re looking for a jogging stroller, remember that most designs have seats that cannot recline. Hence, it’s best to wait until your baby is at least 6 months old before you use it.
The first stroller for your baby should have a secure harness or restraints. Experts recommend choosing a stroller with a 5-point harness; one with straps over their shoulders, waist, and legs.