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  • We can't wait for our 1st family Disney vacation this November! I have a 3.5 yo and a 1.5 yo and I'm trying to decide between bringing a double stroller or 2 single strollers. Any advice? Thanks so much. LOVE the panel!
  • - Asked by Ali from Florida on 9/25/2013
  • Hi Ali,

    I vote for the double stroller. When only one adult has to push a stroller, it leaves the other person's hands free to help with the countless other little things. For example, holding park maps, juggling sippy cups, opening doors, grabbing the camera to snap a priceless photo, carrying ice-creams, etc. etc. You can always take turns pushing the stroller, but I think you'll find that when at least one of you has free hands it makes a big difference. Also, if your older child wants to walk for a little bit, you can always use the extra seat to store souvenirs. Another thing is that the stroller(s) will need to be folded when you get on a bus and held onto. If one of you is dealing with the stroller while the other has free hands to hold your children, that will help too.

    I hope this helps and that you have a wonderful vacation,

    Kaylene
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