Thanks, Maxi-Cosi, for sponsoring today’s post! As always, opinions are 100% my own.
A couple months ago I announced that I had been asked by Maxi-Cosi to participate in their Bohemian Blue brand ambassador program. I was graciously gifted with three items (Kaia stroller, Mico AP infant car seat, Pria 70 convertible car seat) from their Bohemian Blue line to review and share my experiences with all you mamas and mamas-to-be.
Let’s start with the Mico AP infant car seat since it’s what we use most often.
I can’t tell you how many compliments I get on this car seat. Seriously, it happens every time we take Owen out in it. At the doctor’s office, the hospital, restaurants, parking lots. I think the main reason why people like it so much is that it has a unique, eye-catching look to it. I’m always hearing, “Ooh, I love that car seat!” Not kidding.
So if you’re in the Witness Protection Program and prefer to go unnoticed with your infant you should probably look into a different color schemed Maxi-Cosi car seat (they have some awesome colors, btw).
We also like how light the car seat is– weighing in at 8 pounds, making it the lightest premium infant car seat available.
Owen is always practicing his Blue Steel pose. Watch out Gap baby models, he’s coming after your jobs.
Let’s check out the Kaia stroller, shall we?
It’s a compact stroller, but it’s also a travel system meaning it’s compatible with the matching Mico AP car seat. Pretty cool, right?
Since Owen is too small for the stroller right now, he’s skipping out on modeling it for now. Just visualize him sitting in it for the time being.
I love the versatility of the stroller and how it can grow with Owen.
Since he’s going to be in the infant car seat for a while we took the regular seat off. We’re storing it until he’s big enough to sit in the regular seat.
Here’s Owen throwing up deuces in his Mico AP car seat and Kaia stroller.
The stroller comes with two adapters that easily clip on to the stroller (I model this in the video below– oooh ahhh), and then you attach the car seat. Easy peasy.
I also like the cup holder. Hydration is very important in this family.
The basket is also pretty ample, especially for a compact stroller.
So far I don’t have any major complaints about the car seat or the stroller. The only thing I would tweak is the canopy on the car seat. You have to man handle it a little to get it to stay taut. But that’s not a deal breaker for me.
I haven’t received the Pria 70 convertible car seat yet because it’s on back order, which is why it’s not appearing in today’s post.
Now for the amazing video where I model how to put the car seat onto the stroller.
Warning: I flash some cleavage. Sorry about that.
Bonus: Jack makes a cameo appearance.
Do you have a Maxi-Cosi Mico AP car seat and/or Kaia stroller?
What do you think of it/them?
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