I live just outside Seattle and am having my first child. While we do plan to have a second close in age, I am not sure if a single to double is a good solution for us or if we should just upgrade later if needed.
I anticipate we will use the stroller for daily walks in the neighborhood on pavement, as well as in and out of the car to take on 3+ mile walks on everything from pavement, dirt and small gravel with occassional grass on the weekends. We fly for 2-4 times a year, and I'm not sure if that warrants a separate ultralight or if an everyday isn't too much of a hassle.
I really want a bassinet option to use for overnight sleeping next to our bed.
The US market doesn't seem to offer many carrycot/bassinets rated for overnight sleep (or just difficult to find that info), so I am feeling limted to only the most expensive options, like Uppababy Vista and Bugaboo Fox. I don't mind investing in something quality, but the price tag hurts.
The BabyJogger City Mini GT2 seems promising, but the material isn't awesome and the bassinet looks small (I can't find it in person to check). It also doesn't seem to be rated for overnight sleeping.
The Chicco Corso LE looks nice, but I am skeptical of the quality and it offers no bassinet. My husband is 6'2" so the Mockingbird doesn't seem like an option, and I don't think the bassinet can be used for overnight sleeping. This is strange how some are rated for overnight sleeping and some aren't.