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#1 of Old 02-12-2011, 09:00 AM - Thead Starter
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I  am so overwhelmed.  I mean- infant, recline, adapaters, jogging, winter, etc- I know I need a good infant one and I also think I need a winter one for our cabin.  I think I am settled on the a snap-n-go initially since I can't stand to think about it much longer- but what about snow?  

 

We are to be spending about a month annually up in a major snow area- I am worried I will feel isolated and cabin=fever - do I need a special stroller for that?  

 

I just found out that they are giving away a Snow Stroller at http://sanki.ca/sanki/.  Any feedback? I can always try to win one but I need something SOON so was hoping for some feedback. TIA!

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Honestly, I used an umbrella stroller for both. 
Until they were able to sit in the umbrella stroller (all have different age requirements), we just carried them in an infant carrier or in our arms or sling. 
Jeep has great all weather strollers. Sure, it may be a bit hard getting through snow with it, but I'd rather a light weight stroller than a heavy one. 
If you're against an umbrella stroller, I'd say the snap-n-go is also a good option. My friend has one that can hold up to two infant carriers (she only uses one though) and she loves it. They travel a lot and she says it is great!
 
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I live in a snow area and honestly I'm not much of a snow person so we aren't outside in the snow & if I am it was inside. So a normal unbrella or light weight one worked well for us.

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My decision was always (partially) based on how much room I had in the car ... some "travel systems" can be monsterous and I found them a waste of money as well considering how many places offer shopping carts or stroller rentals that your infant carseat can snap right onto.  When my kids were toddlers I prefered Jeep's lightweight stroller ... nice big wheels, higher handles, and lots of cargo room.


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I'm currently in the stroller decision and it is so hard to decide! I definitely want one with are tyres as we live in a more rural area. I really like the travel systems where you can snap the car seat onto the stroller base, however most of them are really expensive. I have found now a really nice one on www.prams.net which is on sale, it is the Easy Walker Mini stroller, it comes with so many accessories like footmuff, diaper bag, rain cover etc so it looks like a really good deal. Does someone have experience with it and can recommend it?
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Parenthood can easily become a confusing adventure given the myriad of choices you have to make - especially when it comes to important things like buying a stroller. Read article for helpful tips on choosing the right stroller for your baby and your lifestyle.
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