Baby Strollers are a popular baby gift and shower present. Before you put a model on your registry, evaluate all your options by pushing different models around a store. If you end up using your stroller frequently, your baby will spend a lot of time in it, so choose the best model for you and your child. Use this guide to help you hone your search.Your child is precious cargo. You need a Baby Strollers that will keep your baby safe and comfortable, and also fit your budget, including modern styling, lightweight materials, and more features than you can shake a rattle at. But you don't have to spend a fortune to get a good stroller, it's all about how you will use it, and what's important to you.Traveling with a newborn requires special stroller consideration: Until the age of 6 months, or until your baby develops neck and head control, you will need a carrier or travel system that reclines fully to safely support your infant. Owning a stroller that comes with a car seat (such as a travel system) or is compatible with an infant car seat you own, can simplify your life.Some first time parents start with an all in one travel system, which consists of an infant car seat, a car seat base, and a stroller. They can be heavy and take up more room than just a stroller frame, but once your baby reaches 6 months and can sit up, you'll have the flexibility to use the travel system stroller without the infant seat snapped in. Some travel system strollers can accommodate an infant less than 6 months old without the car seat, if the seat reclines to nearly flat. A travel system is costlier but a good value because the stroller can be used after your child outgrows the infant car seat, unlike a car seat carrier frame.For the first 6 months to a year, if you'll be taking your infant in and out of a car frequently, a lightweight car seat carrier frame is a good choice. These bare bones frames let you attach an infant car seat. Simply remove the infant seat from its base in the car, baby and all, and attach it to the frame. "Universal" carriers can accept a variety of car seat brands; most use a strap that you fasten around your car seat to secure it. Some manufacturers offer car seat carrier frames that are specifically intended for use with their own car seat models. These are even easier to use, as you can just snap the car seat into the frame, with no straps needed. Great for letting your snoozing baby continue his nap. When you're done strolling, snap the car seat back into its base inside the car and go. Stroller frames are inexpensive and lightweight, making them handy for quick trips to the market, or for taking on a bus or train.Once your baby is sitting up, you're likely to take longer strolls, taking him with you on errands, trips to the parks, aquariums, and playdates. Will you stroll straight out of your house, or will you need to drive or take mass transit to get around? These could be deciding factors in the stroller you choose.Download Baby Strollers application NOW! it's FREE!