Things I Love: The Uppababy Vista Stroller

When I first found out we were pregnant, one of the first things I did was start reading about not just what I needed to know about actually being pregnant, but about all of the super cute baby gear that we were going to need. And before looking at clothes and toys and all of the little accessories that go hand in hand with preparing for a little one, I started looking at all of the big pieces we needed. The things that actually required research before purchasing. And one of those things was our stroller.

I knew that this was something we’d be using a lot – and there were several features that I realized we absolutely HAD to have to make this big baby accessory really fit our lifestyle. One, we needed something that would grow with our family – since the strollers I liked were pretty spendy, this wasn’t a purchase I wanted to make multiple times over the next couple of years if I didn’t have to. Two, it had to be stylish – this one’s a given. Three, I really wanted something that had both a bassinet and a toddler seat – so that not only could the stroller expand for more kids, it could grow with my little bean as he got older. Oh, and I wanted to do all of this for the most economical price available...Continue reading at The Mommyhood Project

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