This post was sponsored by @GBChildUsa as part of an Influencer Activation for Influence Central. I received the GB Lyfe Pram Travel System to facilitate my review.
This weekend absolutely flew by, and that’s definitely because we were out of the house for what seems like the entire time. It feels really, really good to start getting back into our normal routines. I didn’t truly realize just how much time we’d been spending in the house until we finally started getting out of it. I will be honest, though, one baby-related item has made it much easier to get back to livin’ our lives. I recently received the GB Lyfe Pram Travel System, and I am now basically obsessed with it. It’s a car seat, bassinet, and both a forward and rear facing stroller. You guys, this thing is legit.
It single-handedly ensures that the baby stays happy, safe, and comfortable wherever we go. Can’t beat that. If you’re interesting in learning more about this system, I’ll share more details at the end of this post! Until then, check out some of our weekend happenings, sentence-per-picture style.
After dinner at Sole, we hit up Metro Market for dessert and drinks with a view.
That view just happened to be of a red velvet funnel cake stand, so dessert number two clearly had to happen.
In what is totally unrelated news, we signed up for the gym the following morning.
We also ate avocado egg salad wraps for breakfast, because they’re delicious.
Saturday afternoon we all hit up Airstrike for a Paw Patrol birthday party.
I spent the better part of the afternoon tossing a toddler from one obstacle to another, because I’m a helicopter mom.
Ryne spent his afternoon practicing to win American Ninja Warrior, because that’s obviously an attainable goal.
Pro tip: order Diablo’s to go with guac and sour cream on the side because it microwaves better that way.
On Sunday, I let Maddux help me shop for groceries and immediately regretted it after he just completely took over.
We took a family walk with the pram, and I’m calling it that because I’m fancy.
Hudson clearly enjoyed being able to sprawl out in the bassinet.
We stopped halfway and Maddux helped Jake and Kayla with yard work, or something like that anyway.
We got home, popped the bassinet out, and put the base back in the car for another to-be-determined adventure.
It was an awesome weekend, y’all. I loved getting out of the house, and I guess it’s pretty clear that the car seat, stroller, or both were with us the entire time. From the minute this thing arrived, it has been a breeze to use. It was even easy to assemble! Pop on the wheels, unfold, and snap on the stroller seat or carseat. After using this travel system almost daily for the past few weeks, I can tell you that the ease of use continues to be a huge selling point for me. I can’t be fussing around with a finicky stroller. For walks around the neighborhood, I leave it as a pram. While we’re out and about, I keep the base in the car to use with the carseat (which is awesome in its own right). I love having options, and this travel system definitely gives me plenty of those. I’m excited to continue using this system as the baby grows and our needs change.
Here are some quick facts about the travel system:
- Stroller converts into European-style pram
- Pram, stroller seat, and car seat are forward or parent-facing
- Seat offers four-position recline
- Canopy is expandable for extra shade and airflow
- Includes: removable arm bar, parent cup holder, five-point harness with covers, and spacious basket
- Ease of use thanks to two-hand, one-step fold, two touch brakes, and rear suspension
- Five-point harness with covers
- Stroller holds up to 50 pounds and car seat holds babies from 4 pounds to 35 pounds
You can purchase one for yourself at Babies ‘R’ Us. And if you’re pregnant or recently gave birth, I highly recommend that you check it out soon!