MomTok Is Obsessed with The Mockingbird Single-to-Double Stroller, and It Just Got Some Major Updates

Two kids, one very versatile stroller

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We're on board with any product that makes a parent's life easier without breaking the bank, which is why the newly-updated Mockingbird Single-to-Double stroller 2.0 ($450) has our attention. The OG version has garnered quite the fan base among moms on TikTok, who have noted its similarities to the famous UPPAbaby Vista V2 stroller while costing a fraction of the price. Now, the multiple-kid must-have is better than ever.

The 2.0 version of the convertible single-to-double stroller launched this February, and it's already getting a ton of buzz. It can accommodate up to two children from birth through toddlerhood and is made with both parents and kids in mind, with easy-to-adjust straps, better sun coverage and multiple add-on options to provide a comfortable experience for the whole family.

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Not only does it have space for two little ones, the Mockingbird Single-to-Double 2.0 model is also designed with tons of functional features to make your daily outings go super smoothly (literally—down to the all-wheel suspension). The modular design means the stroller can be used as your children grow, with just a simple switch from the bassinet ($140) to the regular seat. Plus, it's compatible with more than 40 different car seats when you use the car seat adapter ($45), which comes in custom designs to accommodate brands like Nuna, Graco and UPPAbaby.

Worried about the sun baring down on baby during your afternoon stroll? The new Mockingbird features an even larger expandable canopy with UPF 50+ protection, so they'll be perfectly covered while they nap. Other updates busy parents are sure to love? A no-rethread harness and a more intuitive unfold design you can manage with your one free hand. #Bless.


Of course, one of the most exciting things about this baby is its ability to be arranged in more than 22 different configurations to accommodate a second child. (The brand even provides a diagram with suggestions here.) There's an option to add on a riding board ($95) to the back, too, for a fun way for older children to ride along.  

Parents are particularly impressed with the smooth rolling of the stroller, along with its luxurious design and organizing features, but note it's a bit bulky. One reviewer writes: "This is the smoothest stroller I’ve ever owned and the huge basket and long canopy is amazing. My only complaint is the compact ability; it’s a little bulky." It's also worth noting that most add-ons (such as the bassinet, 2nd-seat kit and car seat adapter) must be purchased separately. Considering all of the built-in features, though (plus the fact that you'll get use out of it for years) we totally think it's worth the trunk space, especially when you take advantage of the two-in-one style.

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