A Travel System That Makes Life Easier :: Sign This Mom Up Today!

Disclosure :: Thanks to the generosity of our partners at Britax, 4 different Louisiana moms had the chance to try out the new B-Mobile Stroller and all of us agreed that this stroller is one we can enthusiastically endorse. Any Amazon links included in this post are affiliate links. All opinions expressed below are my own. 

A Travel System That Makes Life Easier :: Sign This Mom Up Today!

One thing that I have learned as a mom of three (including one having special needs) is that baby gear can make all the difference. It can either make your life significantly easier or much more difficult. Who has time to fight with a bulky or heavy stroller that is hard to fold?

I’m so glad that we were introduced to Britax a couple years ago when – before I was a writer here at New Orleans Moms Blog – we won a carseat at Moms Night Out for our son. We have been a Britax family ever since, so when the B-Mobile Stroller was released, I jumped at the chance to try it out. Our youngest daughter has Achondroplasia so her needs are a little different than the average child, and we have to be extra cautious with what baby gear we use. Having a stroller with a supportive back is a non-negotiable, but it is incredibly hard to find one that is also lightweight and compact. I drive a truck with three car seats in it so a stroller has to fit in the space behind the seats. And this one does! This stroller is small but mighty – just like our Sutton!

We also received the Britax B Safe 35 infant car seat to test out. Sutton is seventeen months old, and measuring in at a whopping 16 pounds, 9 ounces and 26 inches, she fits perfectly in this seat with room to grow. She loves it so much that when the car seat is in the living room (in the locked position), she will walk over to it and climb in to relax. That’s a major mom win if you ask me!

There are so many things to love about this Britax travel system, but I think my favorite is that the stroller has the capability to carry the infant car seat seamlessly. For us, this is a total game changer. Because of Sutton and her needs, we are at the doctor’s office quite frequently for various appointments. I know all of the moms out there with two or more kids understand just how much work it is to get everyone out of the car and into your destination on time. This travel system made it a breeze … the seat just clicks right into the stroller and away we go. What’s even better is that the adapters are included with the stroller so you don’t have to buy it as an extra attachment or remember to order it as an accessory.

The Travel System That Works In Crowds

Here in New Orleans, many of us often attend pretty crowded events, and it can be overwhelming to think about how you are going to fit your stroller through all the people. Problem solved! This stroller is light, compact, and easy to use and navigates well in a crowd. It’s so easy, in fact, that it is Grandma approved! The stroller holds up to 55 pounds so even my seven year old can fit and ride comfortably. I truly think this stroller makes a lot of sense for New Orleans families as you can throw it in your car for kids of any age and then easily navigate whatever festival you have on the calendar that day. Heck, this is the perfect French Quarter stroller for those gorgeous New Orleans days, too. If it rains? This stroller has you covered! Between the car seat canopy and stroller canopy baby can completely be covered. If you have just the stroller it has plenty of coverage too! If you happen to also be shopping downtown and your baby wants a break it can also hold all the things.

Thank you, Britax, for the opportunity to review this stroller and car seat! We are so happy to have come across such a great company who cares about its families. I can guarantee that this stroller and car seat will get a lot of love from us for quite a while! You just made this mom’s crazy, hectic, busy life that much easier!

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Danielle is married to Ryan and together they have four beautiful babies. They're raising Lexi, Abram, Sutton and Beckham on the bayou in Crown Point. She is a self-proclaimed hot mess, Jesus-loving, homeschooling, Netflix binging, crafting and party planning stay at home mom. Sutton was born with achondroplasia dwarfism so advocating and raising awareness is important to her. Most nights once the kids are asleep you will find her staying up way too late to enjoy the quiet that happens after four kids.


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