1 + 1 = 4 Stroller Options for Siblings

 Are you expecting for the second time? Congratulations! As your family grows, your stroller needs may change, but don’t worry…we’ve got you covered. Check out our top picks for multiples, siblings and growing families:

1. Aria Twin 60/40

This side-by-side double stroller is our No. 1 pick for young siblings. Super lightweight and compact, we especially designed the Aria Twin 60/40 to fit through standard doorways. How were we able to do it? The Aria Twin 60/40 was designed with two different seat sizes (one that will accept a car seat), which is just perfect for siblings.

2. Duette SW

Expecting twins? For twins, or for families with two young children, we love the Duette SW. The tandem-style double stroller has two individual seats that can face forward, backward or each other. And the Duette SW will accept one—or two—car seats. (If you have triplets or three young children, we suggest the similar Triplette SW.)

3. Skate System + Jumper Seat

It’s easy to stay stylish, even with two children in tow. If you’re expecting again, or think there might be a second baby in your family’s future, you may want to consider our Skate System. With its Jumper Seat accessory, it’s easy to turn our fashionable stroller system into a head-turning double.

4. Pliko Four + Rear Footboard or Switch Four + Rear Footboard

Our two most popular strollers, the Pliko Four and the Switch Four, were built for growing families. Both come standard with our rear footboard. It provides a safe (and big-kid-approved) ride for an older, second passenger. We love it for siblings that are a few years apart.

What do you think about these options? Please share thoughts and questions below. We’d love to hear from you!

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2012 Switch Four Modular System

Want your baby to have it all? Of course you do! Then consider the Peg Perego Switch Four Modular System, which bundles everything you need for baby into one easy purchase.

Our stylish Switch Four Modular System, updated for 2012, includes all the necessities—the celebrated Primo Viaggio SIP 30/30 infant car seat for road travel, the urban-chic Navetta XL bassinet and stand for home use, and our much-loved (and recently updated!) Switch Four stroller, which (thanks to its reversible seat) allows you to switch baby to face you or the world ahead. Plus, with this system, you get lots of other little extras, like the coordinating foot muff and stylish Borsa diaper bag, child’s snack tray, and rain cover.

Modular systems are a great choice, especially if you are a new parent, or you need everything new (and matching) for baby. Not only is the Switch Four Modular System complete, but it also grows right along with your baby by giving you the versatility to transport baby in a bassinet, car seat, or stroller seat

The updated 2012 Switch Four stroller boasts a sleek new bumper bar and four-wheel design. The four large wheels not only give the Switch a fresh new look, but with ball bearings and a suspension system, they make it up to 30 percent easier to push. And the Switch closes easily with just one hand, with or without its seat attached.

You’ll love these other Switch Four Modular System features too

  • Height-adjustable handles with rubber inserts
  • Built–in rear footboard that provides a safe ride for a second passenger
  • Zippered hood that can be used as a sun canopy
  • Adjustable back and leg rest
  • Baby enclosure system that makes it easy to converts the stroller seat to an infant-ready carriage
  • Compact fold and self-standing
  • Side carrying handle

Practical, versatile and complete…The Switch Four Modular System is the perfect system for baby!

What do you think? Please share your thoughts and questions about the new Pliko Switch Modular System below. We’d love to hear from you!


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