I had kids two years apart and my oldest still liked to be In a stroller and majority of the time I was alone with kids so needed to purchase a double stroller. At first I purchased a side by side double stroller. But after taking it home and thinking about it more I'm details, I thought the side by side would be hard to maneuver through doorways. So I took the stroller back and purchase this stroller. My infant seat fit into both seat easily but I never felt that the seat was firmly secure. The major negative was maneuvering the stroller, yes it oft through doors it was hard to turn. I live in a community where the sidewalks aren't smooth. This type of stroller doesn't roll nicely on these sidewalks because the wheels are smaller. Same problem when trying to walk on beach with stroller wheels are too small to roll on beach. The larger wheel strollers work easy on sidewalks and beach. Child Comfort Child in front seat doesn't have much leg room once they are over the age of two.