Hello moms and future moms! Today I decided to give an opinion about a question that arose here at my house when a friend who is pregnant came to visit me. The subject even generated a heated discussion lol and it was amazing about baby stroller. You see, I was a 3rd trip mom and I tried some models and brands, both at home and on the street for walks and stuff. The truth is: it has to be very well analyzed for what function you want the baby stroller, you will use it more for strolls on the street, like walking even with the stroller on the sidewalk, strolling in the park, using it indoors as a crib, or only on walks in the mall. Ixi, confused? Me too! Hehe
So let’s see, with Joana I got a beautiful Burigotto stroller and it was good because we only had her and then we didn’t even use it for walks, it was more use at home for her to take a nap, or when she grew up a little more, to eat meals and etc. But to carry on rides it was a torment, too big, too thick and occupied the entire trunk of the car, in short, it was awkward! It was the Burigotto Class 1 baby stroller, not that it’s bad, but when it comes to transportation, it’s a big deal. With Dudu it was something similar, but this time it was a little worse, because I had to walk in the street, take and pick up Joana at school with Dudu in the stroller and I confess that several times I preferred to take the baby in my arm because it was difficult to dismantle dragging an impractical stroller down the stairs and assemble with two young children.
Finally, when I got pregnant with Melissa I confess that I learned the lesson, I bought a smaller, lighter stroller and a comfort baby that accommodated (still accommodates, she loves the comfort baby until today and serves as an armchair to watch TV!) Very well during the period when she was a newborn. My opinion regarding baby strollers would be a more practical stroller, and that is where your choice of for what type of use you want comes in. If you are going to use it a lot on the street and alone with the child, I highly advise guard strollers rain that close with just one hand. This cart has several brands, but I know that the Burigotto X-treme 5023 is perfect.
For use indoors as an alternative to cribs, the ideal is a crib stroller, it lies down and is very comfortable for the baby like the AT2 from Burigotto. Now the Burigotto AT2 stroller is very resistant, it is good, but it is also of the trambolhão type, not easy to carry, it takes up a lot of space and to close it is a soap opera.
If you like running with a baby stroller in a park, there are suitable strollers with more reinforced wheels and a front shock absorption system that absorbs the impact. And a great idea and the stroller and baby comfort kit as it helps a lot. Search for more brands as there are some excellent baby strollers on the market such as Galzerano, Cosco, Infanti, Peg Pérego and others, which have good and affordable models. Oh and I can’t help mentioning that the aluminum carts are much lighter!
Choose your baby stroller very well in order to avoid headaches like I had, check the safety functionality like brakes, wheels and backrest adjustment to avoid accidents and always look for a product with INMETRO seal.
Here’s the tip! Kisses
See also: How to Choose a Baby Stroller?
My name is Dr. Alexis Hart I am 38 years old, I am the mother of 3 beautiful children! Different ages, different phases 16 years, 12 years and 7 years. In love with motherhood since always, I found it difficult to make my dreams come true, and also some more after I was already a mother.
Since I imagined myself as a mother, in my thoughts everything seemed to be much easier and simpler than it really was, I expected to get pregnant as soon as I wished, but it wasn’t that simple. The first pregnancy was smooth, but my daughter’s birth was very troubled. Joana was born in 2002 with a weight of 2930kg and 45cm, from a very peaceful cesarean delivery but she had already been born with congenital pneumonia due to a broken bag not treated with antibiotics even before delivery.