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Double Strollers for Growing Families

  • Jon Whittle

    Editor's Pick! Baby needs a nap? That doesn't mean your older kid has to hit the bricks. The front seat of the Joovy Caboose Ultralight reclines fully and takes a car seat but still leave room for big bro to stand on the back platform. ($235; toysrus.com)

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  • Baby Trend

    What a Steal! The Baby Trend Sit N Stand Deluxe is a lightweight way to plan for the future without having to buy extra attachments. The spot up front accommodates baby (with or without a car seat), and there's room in back for a toddler to—yep, you guessed—it sit or stand. ($140; walmart.com)

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  • Britax

    Options Galore Buy the single Britax B-Ready stroller now for baby No. 1 knowing you can add a car seat adapter or a second full seat for a compact in-line experience. In fact, the B-Ready gives you 14 different configuration options. (stroller, $500; lower infant car seat adapter, $80; second seat, $150; buybuybaby.com)

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  • Bugaboo

    Splurge on This The folks who revolutionized the modern stroller have done it again. The drool-worthy Bugaboo Donkey is a side-by-side two-seat stroller that can also be used as a single-seat option with a hands-reach storage bag. The latest in stroller technology doesn't come cheap, but that's the price of being a trendsetter. (starting at $1,200; bugaboo.com)

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