Getting by after baby

As a new mom, getting around can be quite the challenge but thanks to some very creative minds with an eye for beauty and function, the sight of these travel systems alone can serve as a boost and reduce the anxiety of venturing out back into public life after baby.


Stokke stroller

Stokke Xploy stroller system


The Stokke Xploy stroller is a definite love at first site with it’s sleek and effortless and very well thought out design.  It’s unapologetically hip and modern and quite the head turner.   At money well spent $1,225 and will make a delightful gift even as a hand me down.

Orbit Baby

Orbit Baby limited edition porter collection


Vintage chic infant stroller and car seat system with 360 rotation for maximum flexibility and versatile function.  For $1500, you get a car seat and base, stroller seat and base, a cargo basket and a sunshade.  The car seat and base weighs 10 lbs.  The original version sells for $1020

Taga Bike copy

Taga Bike-Stroller


For new moms on the go, the Taga bike is quite the invention.  For those determined to keep their adventurous spirit and willing to brave traveling with a baby in tow, the Taga bike that’s the angst out of a fun family vacation.  This bike doubles as a stroller and is adaptable to a the Maxi Cosi car seat.  It costs a whooping $1,495 but the magic if folding this baby into the truck of a mid-sized car makes it a sure curate.


By | 2016-04-10T17:00:50+00:00 April 10th, 2016|NotEarrings|Comments Off on Getting by after baby