About a month ago I wrote about how complicated it could be to find the right stroller. And about how we had bought a travel stroller and infant carrier combo to start out but we still needed an everyday stroller. I also mentioned I was worried about how this stroller would handle the cobblestone in some parts of our neighborhood.
Turns out that the
Quinny Zapp/Maxi-Cosi carrier
This cobblestone covers a small bridge that we must cross to leave our apartment’s courtyard, and it is disturbingly rocky with the Quinny Zapp set-up. To be fair, most strollers would find this stretch challenging.
So within two days of our first outing, we bought the stroller below, a Teutonia, which is a well known German stroller company:
Although still bumpy crossing the bridge, with this stroller we can go for a walk without worry. Besides the bigger wheels, the removable bassinet, which though we thought we didn’t need, has proven to be quite useful.