Here's a SQ tip for strolling at dusk...get a stroller that has reflective piping. That was DD's fussy time, and a walk in the cool air would calm her down. We called it "The Witching Hour." But there were a few times in crosswalks we almost bought the farm. I shudder to remember. They didn't have many strollers with the reflective strips then. But some people used reflective tape, or even hooked up tiny, twinkly, battery operated lights.
So on our StrollerQueen FaceBook page, ( https://www.facebook.com/pages/Strollerqueen/125375484188116?ref=tn_tnmn ), we were talking about attaching lights to strollers so they can be seen at night. Melanie kindly posted pics of her set up on our StrollerQueen StrollerSwap.
"At last, photos of one of my stroller light set-ups:
Sigma Micro LED bike light on the handlebar of my Bee+. (I also have one on my Mutsy UR.) Steady or flashing light makes the stroller visible in low light and/or poor weather."
She also said: "There's an elastic that loops around, so the fit is somewhat adjustable. I've also seen them with silicone loops rather than elastic (that's what I have on my bike, come to think of it). I have this on the handlebar which makes it easy ...See More