It’s here! Meet the Mockingbird Single-to-Double Stroller!
Hush, little baby
Don’t say a word
Mama’s going to buy you
a Mockingbird…Single-to-Double Stroller
One of the best pieces of advice I got when creating a baby registry for my first child was to go with a convertible stroller from the get-go. If you think you’ll have more than one kid, save yourself the hassle of buying two strollers and choose one that can be converted into a double when that time comes. Buy a stroller that grows with your family!
The new Mockingbird Single-to-Double Stroller is not only a great solution for one child, but with their 2nd Seat Kit and infant accessories, you can also accommodate a growing family through every stage. It features 5+ arrangements for one child and 14+ arrangements for two children! The setup couldn’t be easier, snapping on the adapters and 2nd seat takes less than 30 seconds. Plus, we hear there’s going to be a 3rd child option soon (hello stroller board!).
MOCKINGBIRD STROLLER FEATURES
The Mockingbird Stroller features a UPF 50+ all-weather canopy with a see-through peekaboo window and an attachable full coverage sunshade. High contrast black-and-white patterns on the canopy interior are designed to promote early childhood visual development (not to mention the two pattern options are super cute, too). The canopy comes in 4 color options (black, sea, sky, and bloom), and you can get the handlebar in brown or black leather.
What else? Each seat has a 45 lb capacity, so you don’t need to worry about your kids outgrowing the stroller anytime soon. It features a one-step footbrake and front-locking wheels. Plus, (and this is arguably the best feature), this stroller can be folded with one hand, with or without the seat attached. Once folded, it automatically locks and stands upright, which is a fantastic feature because when you’re a parent of little kids, you rarely have two free hands at any given time.
A few other features include the adjustable handlebar that accommodates parents of different heights and the generously-sized basket. It holds up to 25 lbs, so fill it up with groceries or your diaper bag, the coat your toddler refuses to wear, or an embarrassing amount of empty fruit snack wrappers. We won’t judge.
The only place to buy a Mockingbird Single-to-Double Stroller is directly through their website – this bypasses the traditional retail markup so they can pass the savings onto you. This means you get a premium stroller for a fraction of the price of competitors. And since they offer a 30-day trial period (with free shipping both ways) you can try one worry-free!
Available at hellomockingbird.com, a single stroller is $395 and a second seat kit is $120; or buy both together for $495.
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