K.M. asks from Mount Laurel, NJ on November 09, 2010
J.B. answers from Philadelphia on November 10, 2010
It's funny you posted this today. I am doing my baby registry online and found this and thought of your post. Guess it was a lucky day!
http://www.toysrus.com/product/index.jsp?productId=3943876 hope it works for you!
D.F. answers from Lancaster on November 10, 2010
i dont know that there is a way to do that safely, what about getting a sling or baby carryer for the baby and put the twins in the stroller, or depending on the age of the twins you could put the baby and one twin in the stroller and have one of the boys help you push
K.C. answers from Los Angeles on November 09, 2010
I've never seen one that does that. They do make an attachment that will connect two identical umbrella strollers together. It works ok, but it makes it wider than a normal double umbrella so it doesn't fit through many doorways or down a narrow sidewalk. Send me a private message if you want the info.
T.H. answers from Kansas City on November 09, 2010
I'm not aware of one, but honestly it seems like a risky idea. The two types of strollers are different sizes and shapes and it would be hard to get them connected safely I would think. Are you a part of any mothers of multiples groups...maybe someone would have a triple stroller you could buy from them used? I don't know how old your twins are, but my daughter stopped really using a stroller around 2-3, depending upon where we were and what we were doing. Now, if you're by yourself with all 3 of them, then I can understand wanting to strap them all in for sure, wish I had a better suggestion!