I live in a tiny house in the city, so I decided that foldability is probably my top need in a stroller. I have a three-month-old baby that I've been using wraps and carriers with until now, but everyone seems to say we need a stroller. I'm looking at the Inglesina Quid, since it can be used from 3 months, folds very small, and gets great reviews. However, I read on your site that you don't recommend travel strollers for general use. I have no idea what I'll use a stroller for, except that it might be nice as the baby gets heavier. I'll need to take it on the bus and metro, on paved and brick sidewalks of varying quality, and I need it to take up very little space at home. I'm hoping to spend less than $350.
Can a travel stroller like the Quid work for this? I also like the Electa, but it's too expensive, and bigger when folded than would be ideal. Thanks!