Monday, October 12, 2015

Three of the Best Baby Doll Strollers for 2015

In recent years, I have seen lots of kids pushing around little baby dolls in strollers, nurturing and cooing at them the way a mother would nurture and coo at her own real baby.

These strollers have become so popular, in fact, that there are now heaps of cool designs and types for little baby doll nurturers to choose from.

Below are three of the best doll strollers in 2015 – at least in the opinion of thousands of satisfied, baby doll-toting youngsters. These strollers have been dubbed the most reliable, durable, long-lasting, and kid-friendly.

They also pack a punch in terms of features, as baby dolls these days come with tons of must-have accessories.


Badger Basket Three Wheel Doll Jogging Stroller

I am the eldest of six and my mom was an avid jogger when the last of my siblings were born. This stroller reminds me of the one she used to use to tote my baby brother around in – only this one is accommodating to baby dolls, specifically American Girl dolls.

There are three wheels – one in the front and two in the back – for smooth-rolling, stable steering, as well as an adjustable handlebar to accommodate growing kiddos.

A snap-together seat belt holds the baby doll in place during exercises, and a storage basket bottom keeps baby doll accessories safe and secure while youngsters are strolling.


The New York Doll Collection My First Doll Stroller

I picked this stroller specifically because of how adorable it is. Sure, the features are gorgeous and reliable – all denim with a canopy, seat belt, and back storage basket for baby doll must-haves.

However, the stroller itself is decked out in dark blue with a little red heart emblem on the seat. Too cute! Plus, the wheels are doubled up for extra stability.


Babyboo Deluxe Doll Pram

Reminiscent of antique prams from the Victorian era – only revamped in black and hot pink for modern kiddos, this pram is an adorable, edgy additive to any baby doll parent’s push-around repertoire. There are the traditional components, such as a pull-over, flip-back canopy to cover the baby’s face, and a storage basket beneath the stroller for baby doll accessories.

There are also a few twists on the traditional features, such as wheels the swivel for better stability, an adjustable handlebar that adjusts to match growing youngsters, and a free carriage bag for snacks, cellphones, and whatever else little moms might need.