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Stroller Reviews

While we love to babywear (because it is usually easier), we also have our kids in some sort of stroller on wheels (or skis…) almost every day. We’ve contacted some of the best companies in the business and have worked hard to test out and dig deep into the nitty gritty of the best on wheels.

As always, you can be sure that the reviews are comprehensive, honest, and exactly what we tell our family and friends. Feel free to leave your questions in the comments of this or individual review posts.

These posts will be continually updated and added onto as we review different strollers and our kids grow.

Single Joggers:

Multifunctional Strollers (Jog, bike, ski, stroll, etc.):

This post about choosing a bike trailer may be helpful too when chatting about multifunctional strollers.

Double Joggers:


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  • Amelia lives with her husband and five young children outside of Jackson, WY in Grand Teton National Park. As a mom, she quickly learned that the secret to sanity was to spend more time outside where tantrums don't see quite so bad. Amelia started TMM in 2012 to help encourage all families (including her own) to get outside, no matter the weather. Due to the necessity of having to keep so many kids warm and happy, she has become an expert in kids' gear and loves being able to share it with others.

Minnie C.

Saturday 23rd of November 2019

Each and Every Product has a good & safety purpose. I strongly liked the Bike Seat for the very young child and the stroller. The gist of the Bike Seat is to protect the child from harm in case of a accident. Hopefully, it will prevent cuts, scrapes, and black and blue bumps. The stroller has many uses. It's for the child that has just recently started to take baby steps. It keeps the child away from the hot sun. It keeps mom from having to carry the child. All the products are amazing and each has a purpose.

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Monday 16th of April 2018

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Casey Levinger

Monday 27th of November 2017

Thanks for the reviews, they are super helpful! I'm a bit torn at the moment. I would like to have both a jogging stroller and a bike trailer. For ~$1k I could either get the Thule Chariot Cross (which would do both) or I could get a Thule Urban Glide and a Thule Coater XT (their bike trailer). What it comes down to for me is which one is a better jogger. If money was no issue and you wanted the best jogging stroller, would you get the Thule Urban Glide or the Thule Chariot Cross? Thanks for your input!


Wednesday 29th of November 2017

Hi Casey - for me personally I would do the Cross because it would be less to store and kids are more protected from the elements. That said, it's a great runner, BUT the Glide is a better runner. So, I choose the Cross for the comfort of the kids since we deal with nasty weather often. But, if weather isn't an issue along with storage, I think buying them separately is great! Let me know what you decide!


Tuesday 30th of May 2017

I definitely think the Thule urban glide is one of the best strollers of all time. I've owned quite a few and I must say the Thule is one of the best joggers around. The break isn't too bad by the way.

Carlo Alberto

Saturday 4th of March 2017

this is the most useful comparison table for choosing baby stroller.