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How to Find the Perfect Fall Stroller

By October 29, 2018Parenting
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How To Find the Perfect Fall Stroller

Autumn has officially arrived. From the chill in the air to the beautiful fall foliage, it’s one of the best times of the year to get out in nature and enjoy a leisurely walk with your little one. But, that means choosing the best fall stroller for the job.

The general safety features of a stroller don’t necessarily have to change based on the season. But, it’s important to keep certain features in mind as the weather (and terrain) starts to change.

Let’s take a look at a few things you should keep in mind when deciding on the perfect fall stroller for your baby.

 

Keep it Safe, Cozy, and Casual

No matter what time of year it is, safety should be the top priority when choosing a stroller. When it comes to walking around in the fall, you’ll want to consider different types of terrain. You might experience wet ground, sticks and leaves on the sidewalk, etc.

With that in mind, a stroller with larger, stronger wheels is often a safe bet. You’ll be less likely to get stuck.

Additionally, look for something with comfortable, adjustable straps. You’ll undoubtedly be bundling up your baby in jackets and sweaters. So, it’s important to make sure they’re comfortable in the stroller while still staying safe and secure.

 

A Compact Solution for an Autumn Stroll

In addition to keeping your stroller safe and comfortable for your baby, you’ll also want to make sure it has a compact design. Fall is the perfect time to go exploring and visit some nature trails. So, choose a stroller that is compact enough to take with you wherever you go. That way, it won’t become a burden as you’re trying to tote it around.

Don’t let the cooler temperatures keep you from enjoying the beautiful autumn scenery with your little one. When you choose the perfect fall stroller, you’ll both be able to enjoy leisurely walks through the crunching leaves.

 

 

 

Stacey Blaske is a Content Writer & Contributor for Daphyl’s.

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