We’re Ready for Anything with the Britax B-Ready Stroller

{I was so excited to partner with Britax for this post! I received a sample of the B-Ready stroller to use and test in order to provide my honest feedback and share my thoughts with you.}

When there are six years between your second and third babies, there are no baby items left in the house to pass down. We got rid of all that back when we hadn’t had any babies for five years and assumed we were all done.

When you’ve been a mom for almost a decade and that third baby comes along, you have a more laid back approach to collecting all the baby items you literally just sold at a yard sale the year before.

Your sweet new baby ends up with a collection of pre-loved car seats, cribs, and clothes. And you’re thrilled because baby is dressed, strapped in, and doesn’t really sleep anyway.

So when Britax gave Abby the chance to ride in style in her very own brand new stroller? I was thrilled! And so was Abby!britax-post-1

Then when the 2017 B-Ready stroller arrived and I started reading about all the features? I was almost jealous. This thing is a nicer ride than any car I’ve ever owned.

Thanks to a fun meet-up hosted by Britax, Atlanta Area Moms Blog, and Squash Blossom Kitchens, we got all the details for the bells and whistles. Plus, delicious snacks and adult conversation.

With tons of cool accessories and twelve different seating options, you are literally ready for anything life might throw at you. This could very well be the last stroller you will need to buy.

With a few pops and clicks, you can face your child forward or backward. Have two kiddos with you? A second seat attachment is super easy to slide on and you’re ready to go. Baby fall asleep in the car seat? Just pop off the seat and pop on the carrier.

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Photo courtesy of Britax

Being a sleep-deprived and slightly clumsy gal, I was very impressed with the safety features. The five-point harness is super secure. Abby can try as hard as she wants, but she won’t be able to unlatch herself. And that’s a definite win for mom.

With our previous strollers, the basket has been a pain to access. So I tend to hang my diaper bag on the handle, which is a big no-no. Because we take five years’ worth of stuff with us to go to Kroger for ten minutes, the diaper bag is super heavy and can make the stroller tip over. Britax is looking out for moms like me and has made the stroller basket totally roomy and easily accessible. No more stroller tipping!

In my permanently exhausted state, I have been known to press the brake for one side of the stroller and forget the other side which sends the baby in a spin. Again. Britax cares for the absent-minded mamas. The B-Ready stroller has a one-step brake with green/red indicator to make it clear whether it is set or not. Abby sends her gratitude and love.britax-post-4

Besides being reassuringly safe and totally convenient for seating arrangements, Britax has used the B-Ready stroller to just show off a little bit with all the unnecessary awesomeness.

The handle has several positions to adjust to your comfort level.

The seat reclines almost flat for maximum napping potential. You know. If your baby sleeps. britax-post-3

The canopy is huge and can keep your child from permanently squinting in the hot Southern sun.britax-post-2

The foam-filled rubber tires and suspension system make for a ridiculously smooth ride.

Even the foot rest has several adjustable positions to make sure baby is as comfortable as possible.britax-post-5

If you’re in the market for a stroller, I definitely recommend you check out the B-Ready. It might just be the last stroller you’ll ever need to buy!

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Photo courtesy of Britax

Check out the B-Ready stroller and more amazing products from Britax at their home on the web.

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