Handlebar height and style: Ensure your pushchair has adjustable handles. Often, if one parent is much taller than the other, they end up stooping in order to push the pram. Also, some have a single handlebar while others have two handles.
Storage basket: You’ll be carrying a lot of baby doodahs in the pram, like your Metanium Nappy Rash Ointment, so you’ll need a spacious storage basket under the seat. Maybe look out for a pram with side pockets as well. Lots of changing bags have a special strap so you can secure it to the pram handles.
Brake pedals: Usually the large pedals that you can step on to click on-and-off are easier for parents. However, there are models that offer a hand-operated brake on the handlebar.
Accessories: Certainly a rain cover, possibly a hood or parasol for sunny days, perhaps extra padding or lining for your baby’s head. Check whether they come with the pram or if you have to buy them separately.
Seat covers that you can unzip or unbutton and put in the washer whenever necessary. If you choose a flexible carrier that doubles as a buggy and/or car-seat, have the 2-hour rule in mind: babies shouldn’t sit in a car seat for more than two hours at a time – they need to lie down because the scrunched up car position can lead to breathing problems.