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Stroller for toddler twins and an infant?


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Initial post: Jan 19, 2011, 5:34:30 AM PST
I am looking for any recommendations for a stroller that will fit 2 year old twins and an infant.

Posted on Jan 25, 2011, 11:00:07 AM PST
Justbooking says:
Valco Baby Tri Mode EX Twin Stroller
The amazon product description reads:" A comfortable ride for two! Each child has their own seat, canopy and recline function. Add the twin toddler seat (sold separately) so three children can sit and ride comfortably and you have peace of mind that your children are all where they are supposed to be! This stroller is a dream to push and at only 29 inches wide you can take it anywhere. The new EX Twin Stroller includes an expandable hood which can be zipped open for added sun protection.."

The Valco Baby Joey Single Toddler Seat is available on the strollerdepot website fr $100, as well as the canopy for $40.

Another option is to use it as a double and add the Valco Baby Hitch Hiker Ride On.

If you go to the twiniversity website and join, Nat Diaz the founder owns one and loves it. You can ask for more feedback on the site.

Diapers dot com has it on sale. You can get 15% off first time purchase with code AFF15PCT (New buyers only)

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Posted on Feb 18, 2011, 5:55:29 PM PST
Justbooking says:
The City Select is another good choice - it holds an infant seat

In reply to an earlier post on Feb 24, 2011, 10:47:57 PM PST
Peg Perego triplet stroller. Has different seat placements on the main frame( one or more can face forward or backward) in addition to allowing the use of the infant carseat on the frame if desired. very roomy and still goes easily through doorways. you'll have to check their website. also ebay tends to carry a variety of strollers for multiples.

In reply to an earlier post on Feb 25, 2011, 11:57:37 AM PST
I also wanted to mention the Inglesina triplet stroller. wonderful features for your situation

Posted on Mar 4, 2011, 7:45:02 PM PST
PghYinzer says:
I have twins and have had both the inglesina and the peg perego twin versions of the above - they were positively EVIL to travel anywhere with. I have twin toddlers with one more on the way. I have a double bob. I plan to wear the baby and push the twins until the twins are past stroller age at which point I will downsize to a single Bob. Looking back I wish I had gotten a Valco trimode which I could put the 3rd seat on but I knew I wanted another kid and figured if I bought a stroller planning for it either I wouldn't get pregnant again or I'd end up with twins again, so I went with the BOB. Depending on the exact ages of your kids and your stroller needs, that might be the best option.

I managed to avoid using a double for the most part the first 2 years by wearing one and pushing a single - made life so much easier. Doubles are annoying - triples even worse!

In reply to an earlier post on Mar 4, 2011, 9:42:34 PM PST
Justbooking says:
The Valco has good consumer reviews - however it failed a recent test by Consumer Reports, regarding the grab bar - if a child is not strapped in with the harness, they can possibly become trapped under the bar if they slide down, causing injury or death. They recommend removing the bar.
http://blogs.consumerreports.org/baby/2010/04/safety-problem-valco-trimode-tike-tech-city-x3-sport-single-jogging-all-terrain-stroller.html

Posted on Mar 11, 2011, 3:17:05 PM PST
I was in this postion as well and decided not to spend my money on a triple stroller. I instead found that it was easier to wear the baby and then use my double stroller. Then as my twins got older and my baby heavier I would let the twins take turns getting to walk and hold my hand. If we went to the zoo or some place where there was a lot of walking then both my husband and I would push strollers. Good luck with your decision.

In reply to an earlier post on Mar 11, 2011, 4:37:59 PM PST
Justbooking says:
I agree with the previous poster. I have baby twins and a preschooler, and though I have a great double stroller, sometimes it's easier to just use a single lightweight stroller & an Ergo carrier.

In reply to an earlier post on Mar 13, 2011, 9:22:10 PM PDT
Bailey says:
Not many ppl know about it but the http://www.adventurebuggycompany.com/ ABC adventure buggy! It is awesome and expensive but worth every penny!!
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