As a mom of three girls getting around easily is my new mantra. My six-year-old walks everywhere but I always have to think about the mode of transportation for my three-year-old and three-month-old. For the most part my three-month-old has been nestling comfortably on me in the new ERGObaby Four Position 360 Baby Carrier where my three-year-old walks to school.
As the baby is getting bigger and my middle daughter has been getting more annoyed with the cold, I have been strolling more with the innovative G3 system from Orbit Baby. Perfect for parents with one or multiple kids, the Orbit Baby stroller system allows you to customize your perfect stroller where you can design and customize the right seats and kickboards for your family. For our family this includes the Infant Essentials kit featuring the Stroller Base, Infant Car Seat + Base and a Cargo Basket that comes in a variety of colors.
Easy-to-assemble, the system is fantastic for the baby and my middle girl who stands comfortably on the cool Sidekick Stroller Board. She loves this fun sidekick that looks like a skateboard that is super comfortable thanks to the handles that can attach on both sides of the board. Additionally, it flips up and stays out of the way when she wants to walk.
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Featuring a gorgeous design and practical features, the high-end infant system can be used right when your baby comes home from the hospital thanks to its deep-cradle design and flat car seat that provides maximum side-impact protection*, and is fully lined with higher-grade EPP foam so your child is completely protected. It can also be quickly installed in your car in less thank 60 seconds due to their StrongArm technology that pulls the seatbelts tight for you, so you can install this car seat simply by turning a knob. Additionally, the car seat features a soft and ergonomically flexible handle that allows you to comfortably carry your baby close to you and folds away quickly.
When we were ready to use the stroller, I simply unclicked the stroller frame that instantly clicks into the car seat so you can get moving with your baby quickly and effortlessly. It is also super easy to fold with quick one-handed twist and lift motion.
We use it as a stroller most of the time as my baby has been napping in the stroller thanks to the incredible Paparazzi Shield that protects the baby from the sun's UV rays while also giving them protection and quiet. For storage, we have also been using its cargo basket where I have access to both the front and back panels as well as two zippered side pockets for storage of smaller items.
Additionally, you can upgrade the seat when you baby is older with the Infant Car Seat Base and more Sidekick Stroller Boards - depending on your needs.
Featuring a smooth ride with numerous features to customize and make the stroller work for you, we love the innovative features and tools of this sophisticated and modern stroller system that makes it easier to get around with your baby in tow.
Also, be sure to check out our video review of the Orbit Baby in action:
Momtrends was not paid for this post. We were given a sample for review.