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We Tried It: Burley’s Solstice Jogging Stroller

07/29/2015 at 02:00 PM ET

We tried it: Burley Solstice Stroller

Who tried it: Anya Leon, Babies Editor

Why she did it: Trying to go for a brisk morning walk with a toddler in tow can be painstakingly slow without the right stroller.

Pros: Before the Burley Solstice came into my life, I had no one to make me accountable for morning walks. You know, that exercise buddy who motivates you to go the extra mile? But once I put the stroller together, I suddenly had no excuse to write a rain check: I had found my new workout partner.

Setting up the stroller was quick and easy: Just pop the tires in place until you hear a click. (The tires come off just as easily with a push of a button.)

Burley Solstice jogging stroller review
Courtesy Burley

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We Tried It: GB Qbit Travel Stroller

07/22/2015 at 02:00 PM ET

We tried it: GB Qbit Travel Stroller

Who tried it: Rennie Dyball, Senior Editor

Why she did it: Anything that promises to make travel with a toddler easier is worth a shot.

Pros: Now that my baby has morphed into a headstrong 2-year-old, my travel needs have changed. I greatly miss using a carrier, but with a 28-lb. toddler, it’s no longer the easiest option for me while schlepping around an airport.

So it’s time for a travel stroller, and the GB Qbit has many selling points for families on the go. It has the simplest fold/unfold I’ve seen in a travel stroller (two buttons on the handle push in and to the side to fold, then a one-handed lock; undo the lock and then a flick of the wrist pops it back open).

GB Qbit travel stroller review
Courtesy GB

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5 Fun Must-Haves to Celebrate Spring’s Arrival

04/02/2015 at 10:00 AM ET

With spring finally upon us, we’re already on the lookout for cool new products to help ring in the warmer weather.

And who better to help with the hunt than Sarah Getchell, the store manager at Southern California baby boutique Bel Bambini. She’s giving us the scoop on five must-have spring-inspired items for babies and the chic parents that love them.

“Each spring we look forward to products that celebrate the bright colors and florals of the season,” she tells PEOPLE.

Getchell’s picks include a variety of items that embrace the season — from nursery furniture, to strollers, toys, apparel, and accessories. Check them out below!

Bel Bambini Spring Must-Haves
Courtesy Bel Bambini

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We Tried It: The Bugaboo Bee3 Stroller

11/16/2014 at 10:00 AM ET

Courtesy Bugaboo

We tried it: Bugaboo Bee3 Stroller

Who tried it: Rennie Dyball, PEOPLE.com senior editor

Why she did it: I’ve always wondered whether Bugaboo, the luxe, celeb-loved stroller brand, was worth the hype, and their latest model was released this fall.

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Giveaway: Baby Jogger’s Vue Stroller (a $200 Value!)

09/08/2014 at 12:01 AM ET

Baby Jogger Giveaway Courtesy Baby Jogger

Baby Jogger’s Vue is a cool reversible umbrella stroller — the first of its kind! This stroller can be either forward facing or parent facing, and is reversed in a snap.

Whether your little one wants to see the world or stare at you, the Vue stroller offers both. Now, Baby Jogger is giving away a Vue stroller ($199.99) to one lucky Moms & Babies reader.
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We Tried It: Baby Jogger City Mini GT

06/02/2014 at 02:00 PM ET

Baby Jogger City Mini GT stroller review Courtesy Regan Stephens

We tried it: Baby Jogger City Mini GT

Who tried it: Regan Stephens, Contributing Photo Editor

Why she did it: For city dwellers, a stroller is often your little one’s primary form of transportation.

And after two and a half years of ours taking its fair share of winter abuse (snowy streets and salty sidewalks) and summer’s sticky popsicles, it was time for an upgrade.

We decided to go with the City Mini GT because it promises ‘Go Anywhere with AllTerrain Mobility.’ And after traversing countless city miles and a few jets and jaunts, we put it to the test.

Pros: Perhaps the biggest ‘pro’ of this stroller is the ease in which it folds down.
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We Tried It: The Urbini Hummingbird, A.K.A. The World’s Lightest Stroller

05/21/2014 at 04:00 PM ET

Urbini Hummingbird Stroller
Courtesy Urbini

We tried it: Urbini Hummingbird stroller

Who tried it: Rennie Dyball, Senior Editor

Why she did it: Heralded as “the world’s lightest full-featured stroller,” how could we not try it out?

Pros: The Hummingbird, a kicky little stroller from the new juvenile brand Urbini, weighs in at an almost too-good-to-be-true 6.6 lbs.

You pretty much feel like a superhero being able to lift it with one hand, or even just a finger if you’re so inclined. It’s that light.

So it’s certainly easy to maneuver in and out of the car or up and down stairs — perfect for city dwellers who live in walk-up buildings or suburbanites who haul a stroller in and out of the car on a regular basis.
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