The best prams, pushchairs and buggies of 2022 tried and tested by new mothers (and their babies) (2022)

The Telegraph's newest mothers test the best prams, pushchairs and buggies (sometimes called strollers) for comfort, style and ease of use

ByAnnabel Fenwick Elliott

The best prams, pushchairs and buggies of 2022 tried and tested by new mothers (and their babies) (1)

Which is the best pram for your baby? A simple question, seemingly, that turned into a daunting task when researching my options for baby transport. As a first-time mother, did Iwant a model that was robust for town and country terrain, maybe even a running buggy – or something lighter and more compact for the city?

If you’re choosing the best buggy or pram, bear in mind this is one of the biggest investments you’ll make for your baby. The best pushchair systems with all the bells and whistles can set you back more than £1,000 – although you can pick up a cheap and cheerful stroller for less than £100.

I was after a versatile set-up that could manage the rural setting in which I live, but also something that folds down easily given I travel a lot. I wanted a frame that converts to a double buggy for baby number two, should one make an appearance, so I knew I’d have to splurge on one system that would last the duration. To help me choose, I turned to Millie Poppins, a baby expert and motherhood mentor who has been working in the field for over a decade. My first question was about the terminology.

What is the difference between a pram, a pushchair, a buggy and a travel system?

“A buggy and a stroller,” Millie explains, “are the same thing; a fold down unit for older children who can sit up unsupported. These tend to be lightweight and great for travel, especially in airports right up to the gate.

“A pushchair is a little sturdier. Many pushchairs can fold completely back so that when it comes to napping, your infant is supported in a horizontal position. In the early weeks and months, however, you will need to use a bassinet attachment so that your baby is laying completely flat inside. A pram, in other words.

“A travel system incorporates all these attachments, and often a car seat, too, which gives you everything you need from birth to toddler on the same frame.”

What kind of pram do you need for a newborn?

"A model with a bassinet attachment is always best for a newborn, allowing your baby to lie flat and cocooned for the first four to six months, but they are not essential. Some parents choose instead to ‘babywear’ with slings or carriers until their little one is developmentally ready for the pushchair.

"A bassinet on the frame is always a good option, though, if you do lots of walking and venturing about. This way, you can easily attach a baby change bag for easy access and store items in the basket underneath (ideal for supermarket runs)."

Scroll to the bottom of this feature for more useful pram advice from Millie.

How we tested the best prams and pushchairs

Millie’s advice is never to buy a pram or pushchair without trying it out first in-store: “Mamas and Papas or John Lewis have an incredible selection of all the leading brands and styles,” she says. I asked her what to look for when hands-on testing.

“Consider how easy it is to fold down, for putting in the back of the car or storing at home,” she says. “Compact options are great for lifting in and out of a vehicle, but they can feel harder to push, especially on your wrists and when navigating rough terrain. There is also the risk of the system tipping if you hang a bag or some shopping onto the handlebars. If you know you will be carrying more gear, I would opt for something much sturdier with bigger wheels and a larger base to attachment ratio.”

Taking all these factors into account, I and my fellow testers, all new parents, put this year’s models through their paces. This involved assessing how easy the units were to assemble and switch between formats, how compactly they folded away for storage and how they performed in different settings; for example on pavement, grass, gravel as well as up and down stairs.

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Best prams, pushchairs and buggies

1. Silver Cross Reef

£895, John Lewis

Best overall

We like: Sturdy and sophisticated, with royal credentials

  • Birth to 22kg (approx 4yr old)
  • Weight: Medium (12.5kg)
  • Manoeuvrability: Medium
  • Folding and converting: Easy (after initial difficulties)

Even after a month of testing, my partner and I found it hard to choose a winner from this year’s crop of prams and strollers. But we eventually settled on Silver Cross, famed for their old-fashioned ‘Balmoral’ baby carriage – the royal family's pram of choice for more than a century.

This is the Reef, their newest iteration and far more practical (not to mention one third of the price). It still features luxurious fabric and elegant chrome and faux-leather touches and, of all the seats I examined, it has by far the best cushioning. My cooing mother described it as the ‘Rolls Royce’ of pushchairs. The magnetic ‘Genius harness system’ is definitely a Rolls-Royce touch, making the clicking and unclicking uniquely smooth and satisfying. Overall, it was the one I most wanted to show off my baby in.

Unlike the other brands I tested, the carry cot bassinet is sold separately, costing an extra £275, but as you’d expect for the price, it is supreme in quality, with the softest mattress and lovely matching quilted cream interior. Uniquely, it collapses down for easy storage but is also approved for overnight sleeping and so doubles up as a moses basket, making it ideal for travel.

In fact, elegant features aside, the Reef was not love at first sight for me. Though its large tyres and four-wheel suspension system are designed for all-terrain and passed all our tests on that front, it’s not quite as sporty when navigating tough ground as the others I tried and it was initially the trickiest for me to work out how to fold down.

Once I got the hang of it, however, its one-handed mechanism actually turned out to be the smoothest to fold and the most compact to stow. The Reef’s also reasonably eco-friendly, with vegan leather accents and outer fabrics made from recycled plastic bottles. All this taken into account, it won us over as the best premium option.


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2. Mamas and Papas Ocarro

£849, Mamas & Papas

Best travel pram

We like: Stylish, good quality, user friendly – an excellent all-rounder

  • Birth to 22kg (approx 4yr old)
  • Weight: Fairly heavy (13.7kg)
  • Manoeuvrability: High
  • Folding and converting: Easy

As a new mum I’ve come to regard Mamas and Papas as a shop with excellent choice, quality and customer service, and its signature own-brand Ocarro travel system has proved to be a triumph. I tested the six-piece bundle, which includes both a bassinet and pushchair, as well as a matching footmuff, changing bag, car seat adapters and cup holder.

Straight out of the box, it was the easiest to assemble and to switch between attachments, and (joy!) it folds down one-handed for neat storage. To say I’m malcoordinated and useless with instructions would be an understatement, and this was among the only models that didn’t fray my nerves when on the move and converting between modes.

Available in a range of muted grey and black colours, it is one of the more traditional prams in terms of style, with brushed twill, quilted cotton and leatherette accents. The padded seat with cushioned chest pads and head-hugging pillow feels nice and comfortable; while the snug, curved design of the bassinet lends a cosier element when compared to the boxy shapes found in most other models.

Not too big, not too small, with puncture-proof tyres and an ergonomic chassis that easily tackled a range of terrains, I found this to be the Goldilocks of prams, at a reasonable price considering the quality and versatility it offers.


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3. Uppababy Vista V2

£1069.99, John Lewis

Best double buggy

We like: ergonomic and practical, a winner for expanding families

  • Birth to 22kg (approx 4yr old)
  • Weight: Very heavy (16.4kg)
  • Manoeuvrability: High
  • Folding and converting: Easy

Although objectively the Silver Cross is better and the Ocarro cheaper, for my specific needs this ultimately took the top spot. It boasts all the same great features, but with the added bonus of converting easily to a multi-unit for up to three children, from babies to toddlers – and not side-by-side, which would annoy me, but stacked in a range of vertical formations, both parent-facing and world-facing.

This Tetris-like capability, combined with its intuitive design, chunky wheels and all-terrain manoeuvrability made it foolproof to set up and a dream to navigate. Unlike other models, many of its nimble switches can be performed one-handed (detaching the bassinet, for example, and adjusting the seat’s multi-position recline) and its one-motion folding function is swift and smooth.

The unit, when folded, also stands independently for neater storage, unlike others which have to be propped up against a wall or on the floor. Bonus points too, for the fact that in addition to both the bassinet and toddler seat, the Uppababy Vista comes as standard with a rain cover, bug sheet and storage bag. So, while it’s on the higher end of both the weight and price range, you don’t need to purchase a bundle to get all the extras.

Lastly, it had the roomiest and most easily accessible under-seat storage basket of all the units I tried, perfect for spare nappies and wipes, and the highest frame, making it especially good for tall mums and dads.


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4. Bugaboo Fox 3

£1115, Bugaboo

Best pram for rough terrain

We like: excellent suspension – a great solution for adventure-seekers

  • Birth to 22kg (approx 4yr old)
  • Weight: Light (9.9kg)
  • Manoeuvrability: High
  • Folding and converting: Difficult

I was really torn on the Bugaboo Fox 3, which came up consistently as a favourite among mums I spoke to. My expert Millie counts herself a ‘die-hard fan’. It comes in an impressive range of colours from pink to green and everything in between and handles wonderfully across many terrains, but I did find it difficult to assemble from the box. It’s also complex to fold (it took both my mother and I several gos to figure out, with the help of more than one YouTube tutorial) and an almighty faff to switch from bassinet to seat.

Having said that, you’ll probably only need to convert it like this once, when your baby is old enough to lift its head unsupported and you transition it from lying flat to sitting up, and once you get the hang of folding it, the frustration will fall away and you’ll be left with a really high-quality, versatile mode of transport.

Indeed, with its big, tough wheels and super bouncy suspension, the Bugaboo Fox 3 glides across all surfaces, including bumpy grass and even sand; making it easy to steer with just the tips of your fingers, and providing an exceptionally smooth ride for your little one.

5. Doona Infant Car Seat

£329, Doona

Best car seat stroller

We like: It’s a car seat on wheels that’s a game-changer for quick trips

  • Birth to 13kg (15 months)
  • Weight: Very light (7.4kg)
  • Manoeuvrability: High
  • Folding and converting: Very easy

There’s a good reason the Doona has such a cult following (every celebrity and high-profile mum-influencer seems to have one). It’s the only product of its sort; a car seat that flips Transformers-style into a stroller at the pull of a lever, with no extra frame or chassis to contend with. For a certain type of minimalist parent, it could be all you need as a means of transport from birth to about 15 months, provided you only need something for quick trips in and out of the car.

Personally, it was one of the first items on my baby wishlist, and my fiancé, who is planning to avoid a pram altogether, at least initially, in favour of the Doona for the car and a sling for out-and-about, loves it. Safe and practical, with a retractable sunshade, cushy three-layer side impact protection and an adjustable handlebar that also acts as an anti-rebound bar inside the vehicle, this gizmo doesn’t offer any function beyond being a car seat on wheels. It can’t lie flat and has no undercarriage storage, and as Millie points out, shouldn’t be used to push your baby around for more than two hours at a time:

“A baby should never spend more than two hours in a car seat as their spine is curved in this position. So if you’re taking a long drive, it is best to take the child out of the car seat as soon as you arrive and move them into a bassinet.”

But if a car seat and occasional stroller is all you need, this product could buy you at least a year before having to invest in a full pram or travel system.


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6. Venicci Tinum Special Edition

£859, Venicci

Best pram for newborn

We like: versatility combined with sleek looks

  • Birth to 22kg (approx 4yr old)
  • Weight: medium (12kg)
  • Manoeuvrability: high (except on uneven ground)
  • Folding/converting: medium

Recommended by Bethan Holt, Telegraph fashion director

For our first outing with the Venicci, we decided to walk around the lake near my parents' house. This turned out to be something of a white knuckle ride for my four-month old son. Fortunately, back on smooth pavements, it really came into its own. Easy to push and a doddle to adjust from pram to pushchair, this model feels at once substantial and nimble.

My son is at the ultra-curious stage, so he was thrilled at how open the Venicci was (they call it Panoramic Ventilation). It was lovely to see him looking around so happily while knowing he was secure. And he enjoyed a few naps on the go, too.

The rose gold detailing added a touch of glamour you rarely find on prams and the fact that you buy a whole system in one bundle, complete with car seat, footmuff and changing bag, would make the often mystifying process of buying a pram and all the accoutrements hassle-free.

But what I liked most about this model was how it offered a little bit of everything on the dream pram list. I even considered taking it on a flight for a city break, as it's fairly lightweight and folds down into a compact bundle so you could avoid having to invest in a travel buggy. (Read our guide to the best travel cots if that's on your wish list too.)


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  • Birth to 22kg (approx 4yr old)
  • Weight: Heavy (15.5kg)
  • Manoeuvrability: Medium
  • Folding and converting: Easy when you know how

Recommended by Jane Johnson

If your baby’s safety and comfort is your priority, this is your pram. But if you’re looking for something you'll push effortlessly through busy city streets, it is not.

It looks beautiful, all curves, glinting silver and snuggly soft furnishings – the hexagon-shaped quilting inside the chair is particularly pleasing, like a cosy, secure womb – and my little one loved snuggling up inside it. That’s a big plus, as she’s at the climbing out stage (which is why I'm not reviewing the best high chairs.)

The seat can face the world or face you and it sits up or lies down with the flip of a small handle. I felt super proud to push the egg2 down my smart high street. But pushing up hills was a bit of a chore. The chassis, seat and wheels weigh 15.5kg, and then add a toddler on top. Along a busy high street, this lady’s not quite so easily ‘for turning’. That said, I love the chunky puncture-proof wheels and it mounts kerbs nicely.

Putting it together wasn’t quite the Krypton Factor challenge many buggies are. It’s quite intuitive, once you watch the instruction video. (Basically, one-handed, you pull up a handle inside the shopping basket, which I would never have guessed, and putting the brake on is a kind of flick motion on the pedal rather than the usual push down and click.)

There are some natty design features, like the adjustable footrest hiding a handy sun-shade and the ventilation net hidden behind the UPF 50 + hood. Improvements over the original Egg include larger, higher seat, easier-to-adjust harness, bigger basket size (although I would like even bigger) and new bigger wheels. With additional parts, it can also be converted into a tandem buggy.

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Meanwhile there is a smaller, lighter egg, called the eggZ which I also tried. This is much nippier and not so heavy. It folds down easily into a handy free-standing position and has an easy magnetic harness buckle; very helpful when you are wrestling to get your toddler to go into the pram. It's got a good-sized basket, an extendable hood with a UPF of 50+ and looks nice and smart, although it it doesn't have the luxury feel inside the seat. It’s a great little runaround and, at £399, more affordable than the egg2.


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8. iCandy Peach

£1,199, iCandy

Best travel system

We like: supremely useful one-hand fold and excellent suspension

  • Birth (with cot) or six months (with seat) to 25kg (approx 6yr old)
  • Weight: Fairly heavy (13.9kg)
  • Manoeuvrability: Medium
  • Folding and converting: Very easy

Recommended by Emily Allen, Telegraph head of digital lifestyle

Designed in Britain, this iCandy Peach is a super versatile travel system with a dizzying number of configurations to see you from birth to the end of toddlerhood. Crucially, it adapts to a tandem double should you wish to add to your brood, as we have just done, without forking out for a new buggy. Genius.

We tested the Peach with the carrycot and as a forward-facing pushchair. We assembled it hassle-free, since the instructions actually made sense (for once we didn't need to resort to a YouTube video) and the newborn happily nodded off cocooned in the plush olive-green bassinet. The mattress comes with a breathable mesh - perfect for safe sleep on the go.

It's not the most nimble of prams and is a little more cumbersome to steer than our Bugaboo Fox, but its chunky back wheels smoothly navigated most terrains. I was most impressed that it managed a long, bumpy walk around my parent's farm without waking the little one. The one-handed fold is speedy and smooth (I still battle to collapse the Fox after two years of using it) and the thick handlebar can be quickly adjusted to suit different heights, which is great if dads, nannies and grandparents will be using it too.

Extra points for the all-important basket, which can fit three big bags of shopping and can be accessed from the front and back. A solid bit of kit, as my dad would say.


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Should babies lie flat in a pram?

"Yes, babies up until at least four months should be lying flat as much as possible" says parenting expert Millie Poppins. "And even beyond that, should you choose to use the pram seat, it is important to have this on an incline of about 45 degrees so that your baby isn’t expected to completely support the weight of their own head."

When should you move a baby from a pram to a pushchair?

"When they can hold their own head up unsupported. Even then, parents should use the bassinet for as long as possible. There will come a time when the baby wants to see more of the world so that’s when you can change to the pushchair attachment. If they are falling asleep then you can lower this further so that they are snoozing as horizontally as possible when out and about."


What sort of pram do I need for a newborn? ›

The main thing to bear in mind is that newborns need to be in a flat position for the first six months to help with lung and spine development. As such, you'll want a pram that comes with a carrycot (or bassinet) attachment or one that reclines fully.

What pram Does Kim Kardashian have? ›

19) Kim Kardashian – Orbit Baby G2.

How do I choose a baby buggy? ›

Before deciding on a stroller, it's important to consider three things: cost, lifestyle and family size.
  1. Cost: As previously mentioned, stroller prices vary wildly. ...
  2. Lifestyle: This is where lifestyle comes in. ...
  3. Family size: Finally, consider your ideal family size.
2 Dec 2020

What should I look for when buying a pram? ›

Here are the features you'll need to look out for to find one that works for you and your newborn.
  • Carrycot Ready. Newborns need to lie flat for their first few months, so look out for a pushchair that's compatible with your carrycot.
  • Parent Facing. ...
  • Lie-back seats. ...
  • Car seat ready. ...
  • Forward facing.
19 Jul 2022

What pram Did Kate Middleton use? ›

Her pushchair of choice came as no surprise, given Silver Cross' long and royal heritage: it was given a Royal Warrant in the early 20th century and has supplied royal families with both its traditional pram - the Balmoral - and its modern models ever since.

What PRAM does Kylie Jenner have? ›

Kylie Jenner just showed off a new ride that her mom, Kris Jenner, and sister Kendall Jenner got for her newborn son, Wolf, which appears to be a custom Chrome Hearts Bugaboo stroller.

What is the best stroller for 2022? ›

Best strollers for babies and toddlers in 2022: Uppababy Vista, Mockingbird, more
  • Bob Gear Revolution Flex jogging stroller, $550. ...
  • Summer Infant Summer 3Dlite+ umbrella stroller, $130. ...
  • Summer Infant 3D Mini, $50 (reduced from $55) ...
  • Disney umbrella stroller with basket, $30. ...
  • Peg Perego Selfie stroller, $400.
1 Sept 2022

Which stroller is the safest? ›

Here's a list of the safest baby strollers and best baby stroller brands on the market today:
  • UPPAbaby Vista Stroller. ...
  • BOB Revolution Flex Jogging Stroller. ...
  • Britax B-Agile Lightweight Stroller. ...
  • Bugaboo Buffalo Complete Stroller. ...
  • Maclaren Mark II Stroller. ...
  • JOOVY New Groove Ultralight Umbrella Stroller.
31 Aug 2021

What strollers do the Kardashians use? ›

Nuna is one of the biggest names in the baby stroller world, and it's used by celebrities like Jessica Alba, Kylie Jenner, Kourtney Kardashian, and Eva Longoria.

How much should you spend on a baby stroller? ›

You can spend anywhere between $100 - $1000 on a stroller, but the average cost should be no more than $200.

Which is better stroller or pram? ›

A stroller is a small folding chair on wheels that a baby sits in and is pushed around in, while a pram is a classic baby carriage that allows for a flat recline. Moreover, prams look like carriages with wheels, whereas strollers look like chairs with wheels.

Can stroller be used for newborns? ›

Can a stroller be used for newborns? The answer to this is “YES”. Some strollers are designed to be used from birth as a bassinet stroller, in a fully laid-back position. So if you plan to use a stroller for your newborn, you have to make sure that the stroller reclines.

When should you buy baby stroller? ›

To summarize, buy your infant car seat by 32 weeks into pregnancy and a frame stroller sometime during the third trimester.

At what age can a baby sit in a front facing stroller? ›

For most, it will be from about 3 months old, or when they can support their own head. Just remember, every baby is different. Check with your pediatrician if you are unsure. Keep in mind the factors we've discussed when choosing a stroller.

How long do you use a pram for? ›

Prams – Prams are designed for newborn babies up until around six months old, while they are at the stage that they still need to lie flat. They are usually parent-facing, come with a bassinet or carrycot, and may or may not have the ability to fold flat.

What advice should the Educarer give to parents about purchasing a pushchair for their baby? ›

What to consider before buying a pram
  • Practicality. Ask if the model of pram you are interested in offers both rear-(parent) facing seating for the first few months, and forward-facing seating options for when your child is older. ...
  • Guarantee. ...
  • Baby's comfort. ...
  • Your comfort. ...
  • Function. ...
  • Wheels. ...
  • Suspension. ...
  • Safety.
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Do grandparents buy the pram? ›

Prams are now relatively cheap compared to previous generations, but it's still considered to be the 'big thing' for grandparents to buy.

Can you wash Mamas and Papas Armadillo? ›

You can wash the Mamas and Papas covers, but do refrain from washing them in washing machines to keep them in excellent condition. The best way to clean the covers is by hand-washing them. You can easily dismantle the covers and then gently sponge clean them with a mild detergent.

What pram do royals use? ›

For generations, the royals' choice of pram has been the Silver Cross - carrying everyone from the Queen as a baby, through to Kate and William's children. However, Meghan has reportedly chosen to use a £1,200 Bugaboo Fox to push little Archie around.

What pram does Meghan Markle have? ›

DUCHESS Meghan has opted for a modern “yummy mummy” pram for baby Archie rather than the old-fashioned model beloved by the royals. Dubbed the “Rolls-Royce” of prams, Silver Cross has been the royal choice for every baby from the Queen through to Princes William, Harry and the Cambridge kids.

What kind of pram do the Royals use? ›

The Silver Cross Balmoral, still handmade in England today, became the official pram of royal family members from King George to Queen Elizabeth to the Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton.

How much is Kylie Jenner's stroller? ›

Kylie, 24, shared a new Instagram Story on Saturday casually strolling around her wealth. In the silent footage, she wore tight nude-brown leggings with white sneakers while pushing her newborn. The DIOR stroller - which has the brand's logo printed across its entirety - is "made in Italy" and costs $4.9K.

How much is Kylie Jenner's baby stroller? ›

And nope, it's not available for purchase and appears to truly be one-of-a-kind. So, how much did this stroller cost? Regular Bugaboo strollers retail for around $1,299, but the designer makeover on Kylie's would obviously kick up the price. Like, a mere baby rattle from Chrome Hearts costs $2,280.00.

How old is Chris Jenner? ›

What stroller did Beyonce use? ›

What kind of stroller did Beyonce get from pal Gwyneth Paltrow? A Bugaboo, naturally! Paltrow was among the very first to tweet about the birth of her BFF Beyonce's daughter Blue Ivy in early January — and the actress, 38, knew just what to gift the chanteuse and her bundle of joy.

Is Bugaboo and Nuna the same company? ›

Bugaboo, the original luxury stroller brand, is getting into the car seat business—with help from neighbors in the Netherlands. The Bugaboo Turtle One infant car seat is manufactured by Nuna, a fellow Dutch maker of high-quality baby gear.

What stroller does Pippa Middleton have? ›

This Bugaboo Fox Classic is the updated model of the same pram Pippa Middleton has. The brand is a hit with many celebrities including Gwenyth Paltrow and the Beckhams.

Is Joie a good pram brand? ›

One of the best value brands out there. I had the joie travel system and joie I-gem baby car seat. Brilliant quality, we used the baby car seat for nearly 2 years for our DS as he was so tiny. A few wear and tear scuffs but still really good quality and have saved them all for if we have a 2nd child.

Do strollers expire? ›

The simple answer is no. Strollers do not have an expiration date and with the proper care can go on to be used for multiple children. What is this? If you see an expiration date on your travel system package this date is actually for the car seat and car seat base.

What age is a toddler? ›

Toddlers (2-3 years of age)

Can you use travel stroller as everyday stroller? ›

Also note that lots of parents find that a travel stroller can work just as well as a full-size option for everyday use; just keep in mind that unless the travel stroller you choose is compatible with an infant car seat or comes with a separate infant kit, you'll need to wait to use the stroller until your baby is six ...

Is Nuna stroller worth? ›

As a premium baby gear brand, Nuna is among the higher-priced options but well worth the investment, designed to last and make your daily life with little ones as easy as possible.

Why are all the strollers Black? ›

"Strollers are frequently dark in color because it hides stains, so it makes sense that a stroller would be dark,” said Dr. Heather Edgley. “But when it's hot outside, it's much better to use a light-colored stroller that's going to allow more air circulation and less heat trapping.”

Who uses bugaboo? ›

Celebrities with Bugaboo strollers
  • Kylie Jenner and Bugaboo Fox stroller.
  • Meghan Markle and Bugaboo Fox stroller.
  • Pippa Middleton and Bugaboo Fox stroller.
  • Tom Hardy and Bugaboo Fox stroller.
  • Gigi Hadid and Bugaboo Fox stroller.

What stroller does Sophie Turner use? ›

1. Uppababy Vista V2. As Vogue reported in November 2020, Turner was seen in her Los Angeles neighborhood wearing Louis Vuitton puffer boots and pushing an all-black stroller with bassinet.

How much should I spend on an infant car seat? ›

Car seats range widely in price, from inexpensive low-back booster seats that cost as little as $15 to high-end convertible or combination seats upwards of $300. But, in general, you're probably going to pay somewhere between $100-250.

How much should you spend on a baby crib? ›

Depending on the brand and quality you decide to go for, expect to spend anywhere from $100 to $1000 for a new crib. However, you'll have more than enough quality options between $200-500.

What pram do I need for a newborn? ›

The main thing to bear in mind is that newborns need to be in a flat position for the first six months to help with lung and spine development. As such, you'll want a pram that comes with a carrycot (or bassinet) attachment or one that reclines fully.

Why do babies have to lie flat until 6 months? ›

New babies need to lie flat, rather than being propped up on an inclined seat or 'scrunched' into a bucket-shaped seat. The lie-flat position allows them to breathe optimally and get all the oxygen they need, and it's also the best lying-down position for encouraging their spine and hips to develop properly.

Should newborns lie flat in stroller? ›

Pushchairs, also known as strollers and buggies, are only suitable for young babies if they have fully reclining seats so your baby can lie flat. Wait until your baby can sit by themselves before using another type of pushchair.

What age does the 2 hour car seat rule end? ›

The advice is not to use car seats for longer than 30 minutes for babies younger than four weeks and not using car seats for more than two hours in one go for babies of all ages (The Lullaby Trust, 2016).

Can baby sleep in car seat in stroller? ›

These practices are the best way to reduce the chances for sudden infant death syndrome, or SIDS. Products that place your baby in an inclined position like swings, bouncers, seats or even strollers aren't safe spaces for your baby to sleep, especially for long stretches.

How many weeks pregnant do you buy a pram? ›

So when should you buy a car seat and pram during pregnancy? The ideal time is to have your car seat and stroller at home and ready for use by 35 weeks. This means you may need to have ordered your chosen products by 32 weeks, just in case delivery is delayed for any reason.

Does a newborn need a carrycot pram? ›

For the first few months, you'll need a crib, carrycot or Moses basket (a light, portable bassinet). Your baby needs to sleep somewhere that's safe, warm and not too far from you. Baby nests are not suitable for your baby to sleep in when you're not there because of the danger of suffocation.

What age can baby go in buggy part of pram? ›

At around 6 months old, the baby will be ready to move into a pushchair. There are a number of indicators which highlight the baby is ready for the transition from a carrycot into a pushchair.

What should I start buying when pregnant? ›

Nursery Basics
  • Baby monitor.
  • Crib, bassinet, or play yard.
  • Crib bedding.
  • Crib mattress.
  • Diaper changing table.
  • Diaper pail or trash can.
  • Dresser or bins for clothing storage.
  • Glider or rocking chair.
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Is 9 weeks too early to buy baby stuff? ›

You can start buying baby things like onesies or sleepers as soon as you find out but you might find them hard to look at in the event of a loss. Lastly, completing all your newborn baby shopping is ideal between the end of your second trimester (27 weeks) and the middle of your third trimester (around 32 weeks).

When should you start getting baby stuff? ›

Many expecting parents prefer to wait to buy baby stuff until they find out the gender of their baby. This generally happens between 18 and 21 weeks, but some people find out as early as 12 weeks. Of course, you don't need to know the gender of your baby to begin buying things for them.

What should newborns sleep in? ›

Put your baby to sleep on his back on a flat, firm surface, like in a crib or bassinet. Do this every time your baby sleeps, including naps. Put your baby to sleep in his own crib or bassinet. It's good to share a room with your baby, but don't share a bed.

How long should a baby lie flat in a prams? ›

“It is ideal to lie babies flat until they have the muscle tone to hold themselves upright, which can take more than six months,” said Griffith. She also warns that the pram's alignment could affect the baby's digestion and questioned a possible link between this and colic.

What should I wear during labor and delivery? ›

Your own clothing

For some women, wearing a comfortable old T-shirt or nightgown provides a sense of familiarity. This can be reassuring during labor and delivery. But be warned, childbirth can be messy. One advantage to wearing hospital-issued gowns is that you won't care if they're ruined during delivery.

What should I have ready before baby comes? ›

Basic Supplies
  • Basic health supplies, such as an infant thermometer, bulb syringe, and baby soap.
  • Bibs, burp cloths, and a few baby blankets.
  • Newborn-sized diapers and sensitive-skin wipes.
  • One to two bottles and a can of formula (just in case)
  • Onesies, sleepers, and infant-sized hats.
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Can you put a newborn in a stroller? ›

Can a stroller be used for newborns? The answer to this is “YES”. Some strollers are designed to be used from birth as a bassinet stroller, in a fully laid-back position. So if you plan to use a stroller for your newborn, you have to make sure that the stroller reclines.

Can I put my 5 month old in a pushchair? ›

Also, your baby will be able to sit up unaided by the age of nine months. The NHS advice is: "Pushchairs, also known as strollers and buggies, are only suitable for young babies if they have fully reclining seats so your baby can lie flat.

Can I put my 3 month old in a stroller? ›

Time for an Outing. So, when can your baby sit in a stroller? For most, it will be from about 3 months old, or when they can support their own head. Just remember, every baby is different.


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