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Bugaboo Bee5 Stroller Review

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Finn and I get around.  We don’t have day where we are sitting at home (I would go mad) so, if it’s us heading to the mall, running some errands or walking to visit the grandparents, we are out rolling around.  So, when we had the chance to check out the new 2017 Bugaboo Bee5 Stoller, we were pumped to put it to the test!

This lightweight luxury stroller available locally at Three Lambs Baby Boutique is perfect for city living.  Besides looking so sleek, it was designed with urban parents in mind (peek at the specs here) the Bee5 is essential for getting from A to B quick. Simple, lean and folds within a few clicks,  it’s a dream unpacking and packing into a trunk and I bet would also be a breeze when it comes to public transportation.  Plus, it rolls like a boss. This model has improved front wheels and suspension and an extra-padded seat, for a smoother push and a more comfortable ride.

When it comes to our family specifically, there were a few things that hit it out of the park. Our Finn is tall for his age, so I am quickly figuring out he grows out of things sooner than expected.  That’s why the extendable leg support was another plus for our family. We can feel good knowing that for the investment, this stroller will last us a little longer. Plus, I think the bee5 would be perfect for traveling.  We are heading to Mexico this fall for a wedding and its light weight, no-fuss, and slim features make it an easy choice for those unknown terrains and walkways. Lastly, the storage underneath is large enough for all of our essentials and still has room for a shopping bag or two, because if you know me at all, this girl loves to shop.

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Photography By: Eryn Shea Photography

 

 

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