A newly-expectant mom just learned she’s in for the ride of a lifetime: TWINS! She wants to know what the best double stroller options are (and is also taking advice on any other products parents of twins should have).
Over on the Mamas Uncut Facebook page, our robust community of moms is always having a conversation about topics that matter. We like to highlight those conversations from time to time. Important mom questions. Thoughtful mom answers. Let’s hear from the community!
A member of the Mamas Uncut Facebook community asks:
So big news just came to my family… We’re having twins! Our first! Lol. Anyway, I was wondering if anyone has recommendations for the best double strollers? Also taking suggestions for ANY products moms of twins should have, but especially looking to lock down a good stroller for twins. (BTW, we live in a big city, so the smaller/more portable the better.) Thank you!– Mamas Uncut Community Member
And with that, the community rushed in with some great recommendations!
Recommended Double Strollers for Twins
“I always use the Baby Trend Jogger. Granted, they are kinda bulky, but I love the fact that they are bicycle tires, affordable, and made with good quality. Congrats on twins!”
“Baby jogger City Select! It’s not wide like most double strollers, and they last a long time! They are kinda pricey, but you can get them used as well.”
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“I have a Graco Modes Duo. I don’t have twins, but I LOVE my double stroller!”
“The Bob Duallie has saved my life. I can do anything with that stroller with ease! It’s pricy, but I used it daily and have never regretted the money! I can steer it with one hand, and it fits through a single door!”
“I love my Graco Click Connect. Carseat snaps right into it, and when they are bigger you just use it as a normal stroller up to 40 lbs. Soooooo much easier.”
Other Product Recommendations for Twins
“I’ve heard a couple of twin moms say Boppy Pillows are a must for feeding both at the same time.”
Twin Pack and Play (Various Prices)
Depending on the brand, these can run anywhere from $60 to more than $300. We like this $63.00 JOOVY Room2 Twin Nursery Center on Amazon. One community member says she loves to use it for travel.
“Not a stroller recommendation, but look into the Podee hands-free bottles. I imagine feeding with twins sometimes may have challenges.”
As always, thanks so much to the community for these amazing recommendations! If you have any other suggestions, leave a comment and let us know! And to the original poster: We wish you so much health and happiness for you and your family!
Matt is a writer, editor, and content strategist currently based in Washington state. He has worked as a managing editor for the iconic I Can Has Cheezburger, Celebuzz (a SpinMedia site), and now Mamas Uncut. He also acted as the Social Media Director for CafeMom.
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