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orangecurls:I like having the option of strapping my son into a stroller, so I really like having a sit n stand. We have the joovy ultralight caboose. It is lightweight and easy to use.
Our sons are the same age apart as your kids. DS1 is now 2.5 years, and DS2 is 3 months old. We bought a Baby Jogger City Select. It is similar to the Britax B-Ready that a PP talked about. We preferred the City Select because it has tires that are bigger and have more grip to conquer different terrain. I wasn't a fan of the tires on the Britax. We bought the universal car seat adapter for the stroller as well.
City Select is great because you can switch the kids around in a bunch of different configurations.Also comes apart and folds up fairly compactly for travel. And nice large canopies for shade. We actually had 3 strollers for DS1: A fold n go for his car seat when he was an infant; A $40 lightweight stroller for the mall; and a Quinny Buzz for the ridiculous amount of walking I did with him. I used it daily to walk every where because we only had one vehicle. We sold all 3 strollers and used the money to go towards the City Select. Honestly, I wish we had the foresight to invest in the City Select first!
My only complaint is that with both of them in seats, you can't have one laying down (infant) facing you with the other one sitting up (toddler) facing forward. The seats just don't fit together that well. Oh, and yesterday DS1 was kicking the back of the seat of DS2. So I think I am going to put DS2 back in the car seat adaptor until he's big enough to be in the stroller sitting up and we don't have to worry about his big brother being a jerk. lol
But yeah, if you do a great deal of walking, then invest in a great stroller. If you just need it for trips to the mall, get a sit & stand.