By Marvella Ducrocq. Baby Buggy. Published at Monday, February 19th, 2018 - 11:47:37 AM.
The most important aspect is to make sure that it's stable so it is unlikely to tip over. Search for a pushchair or stroller with a wide base and back wheels situated behind where your toddler sits. A storage section below the seat is also helpful, objects placed here will bring down the centre of gravity and contribute to the stability. Efficient brakes are essential, and brakes that work on two wheels instead of just one are better.
Always buckle the baby in. It only takes up a few seconds of your time and can greatly reduce the risk of injury to your child should their be an accident with him or her in the buggy. If you have a collapsible type of pram, always make sure that each component is secure and locked down into place before placing your child in there. If not, the weight of the child could cause it to fold back up with the child still inside causing great injury to him or her.
The double buggy has changed life for parents around the world and is much more popular than the old fashioned heavyweight double pushchairs. There was a time when parents could not afford the huge price of twin pushchairs or prams, and they squeezed twins into a single buggy or pram.
Portable changing mat - Portable changing mats are easy to pack and roll up into a bag that can then be used to make changing baby while you are out and about, that little bit easier. There are some great product ideas and fun designs available, with some changing mats even doubling up as a changing bags.
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