Our daughter is a few months away from turning 3. She's about 30 lbs, and is probably about 3 feet tall, so average-sized.
We're taking a plane trip soon, and want a compact stroller to avoid checked luggage. Our airline says a folded/collapsed carry-on stroller can't exceed 25.5 cm (10 in) in diameter and 92 cm (36 in) in length.
Ideally, we'd like something that she won't outgrow too quickly and will last a couple more years for future trips by plane, car, or when I need to check the stroller at the kids museum.
I was looking at the Ergobaby Metro+ as a contender, but I'm worried she'll be too big for it. The Uppababy Minu is more expensive than I'd like, and is a bit bigger than the carry-on requirement, but seems like it would last us longer. Mountain Buggy Nano also seems nice but also is a bit too big for carry-on and risks being outgrown. Any other strollers I should consider?? We are in Canada.