I participated in an Influencer Activation on behalf of Influence Central for GB. I received a GB stroller to facilitate my review as well as thank me for my participation.
When I was pregnant with Kayleigh, I bought, and asked friends and family to buy, all gender neutral baby products. I knew I wanted to have another child, and fairly close in age to Kayleigh, as I am getting on in years. Buying gender neutral items the first time around meant that I wouldn’t really have to buy too many things for the next baby, even if it should happen to be a boy.
When my husband and I found out that we were in fact having a boy, we were really grateful that we did buy gender neutral items the first time around. I’m in my 38th week of pregnancy, and we have been buying a few necessary items here and there, like diapers, wipes, clothing, etc. over the last several months. Thankfully, we didn’t really have to make any large purchases this time around.
One item I did want to purchase, however, was a new stroller, preferably a travel system, so that I could push the newborn in it.
When I was pregnant with Kayleigh, John and I had spent a large chunk of money on a very popular brand named travel system. While it did come in handy during our times of need, I honestly hated it. It was heavy, bulky, hard to open and close, the handles were very uncomfortable, and it didn’t feel very sturdy, especially when turning corners. It was also impossible to install and uninstall the car seat in the stroller by myself. I was quite disappointed in this travel system, and with a new baby on the way, I desperately wanted to purchase a new and better one.
Over the last few months, I had been researching travel systems like crazy on the internet. There were only a few that really caught my eye, but I still wasn’t really interested enough to actually purchase them. I wanted something that was stylish, functional and most importantly, affordable.
When I heard about the GB Evoq Travel System, I just knew I had to have it! It had everything I was looking for – style, functionality and a great price to boot!
The GB Evoq Travel System has a very sleek look to it. I am so in love with this vibrant teal color. It is so beautiful, and also gender neutral, which works great for us. I just know we will turn some heads while we are out walking with the kids this year!
The GB Evoq Travel System is awesome! I can install the car seat in it to push my newborn around, or take it out to push Kayleigh around. I can adjust the height of the handles to make it more comfortable for me, or whoever else might be pushing the stroller. I can easily have my child facing me, or facing away from me.
There is also a place for Kayleigh to stand and ride while I am pushing the newborn at the same time!
The Asana35 Infant Car Seat, which includes GB’s authentic FirmFit Installation system, is so easy to install, that I can actually do it all by myself. I am a stay-at-home Mom, so I plan to take the kids out for walks by myself quite often this year. I really need to be able to install the car seat by myself!
The unique FirmFit System helps to provide an easier installation, providing you with the peace of mind that your baby is protected and riding in one of the safest car seats available. I love the sound of that!
The GB Evoq Travel System also comes with a roomy storage basket, which I love. Having 2 kids under 3 is going to require me to carry around A LOT of stuff, so I’m definitely going to need all the storage room I can get!
I also love this expandable canopy that provides great airflow and protection from the sun.
Like I said earlier in this post, I have been researching travel systems for a while now, and I have seen some that were very pricey, and definitely not in my price range. The GB Evoq Travel System is very affordable, and well worth the money. I love that I don’t have to break the bank to get everything I am looking for in a travel system. The GB Evoq Travel System really does have it all, at a great price!
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