Our son is 3 months old, and we have still not decided on a stroller. We have a Chicco carseat with the Keyfit Caddy, and it is so convenient for grocery shopping, etc. Now that it is nice out, though, it just can't handle long walks. The time has come to make a decision!
We're going for 2u2, so we had been considering the City Select or UppaBaby Vista- thinking why not make the investment in something that can be a single or double? We visited them yesterday and I'm now not sure about either- the City Select is kind of a beast in singles mode, and the UppaBaby isn't much of a double (the rumbleseat only 35 lbs + pretty squashed in doubles mode). I will still likely use the snap'n'go in and out of the car most of the time, but I'd like the option to stick whatever we get in the trunk of my smallish sedan.
So now I'm back to the drawing board, thinking about just getting a fantastic single and worrying about the double when the time comes. Looking for something light-ish (not over 25 lbs, for sure), infant-toddler, can handle uneven sidewalks, good storage, good canopy. So far in my late-night googling I've come up with the Bumbleride Indie, which seems perfect except that the seat can't switch to face both directions, something I liked about the City Select and UppaBaby. Clearly no one stroller will be perfect, but can y'all help me out in thinking of some other options for a fantastic single? Not in love with the City Mini, would like something a bit more substantial.