Watch as Parents talks about different strollers to help you find the right set of wheels for your child. There are five basic strollers -- a full-sized stroller, an umbrella stroller, a double stroller, a travel system, and a jogging stroller. The first, a full-size stroller, is the standard, baby stroller. An umbrella stroller is a lightweight stroller that is made for toddler and is quick and easy to fold down. A double stroller is made for two children, seated either side-by-side or back-to-back. The travel system is a stroller and a car seat combined. Lastly, the jogging stroller features a front-wheel locking mechanism and a safety strap keeping you within reach of the stroller's handle. Other features to look for in a stroller include canopies for shade, a reclining seat, a bottom basket for storage, and a snack tray or grab bar.