The holidays are a crazy busy time for everyone. From holiday parties and gift shopping to traveling cross country, it’s not always easy to keep your cool. I’ve been going on long walks (like really long 5 mile walks) at the beach as often as possible to try to decompress and get a little activity in.
Being pregnant, I imagine taking my baby in his stroller on these walks once he’s born as a way to get out of the house and into the fresh air and sunshine, and expose him to the beautiful outdoors. Since babies in utero can hear as soon as 18 weeks, I assume he’s well acquainted with the sounds of the ocean waves by now, so it will probably be a great way for me to soothe him when he’s cranky, too!
Evenflo sent me their Pivot Travel System in black, just in time for Christmas! Luke and I immediately put it together and were pleasantly surprised by how easy it was to assemble. We eagerly took it out for a spin to test it out and see what the next few years will feel like pushing around our little guy! I must admit we got a couple looks from strangers wondering why a pregnant lady was pushing around an empty stroller – I probably looked nuts! Haha.
I must admit, there was something very attractive about seeing my husband pushing a stroller! OW OW!
We loved the Pivot’s smooth glide, and ability to handle bumps with ease. It turns easily and offers smooth functionality. The stroller has multiple options to accommodate babies from infancy to toddlerhood, with 3 reversible modes, the included Safe Max car seat, bassinet, and toddler seat. The large 3-panel canopy offers shade and privacy, while the peek-a-boo window allows you to keep a close eye on your little one.
The Safe Max Infant Car Seat, which tested at 2X the Federal Crash Test standard, is sturdy, while offering super soft head support cushions, and safety features like a roll bar, upfront harness adjustment, and a mom-friendly handle for easy transfer from home to car.
The Evenflo Pivot retails for $300, which is a steal for such a stylish and functional stroller.
Thank you to Evenflo for kindly sponsoring this post. All opinions are 100% honest & completely my own.