Ok so you may have noticed that as a family we like to get out and about?!
Fortunately for us we live in an area with the biggest mix of places to go, including Southampton City Centre.
Now that Henry is a bit older, it felt right to change over our pushchair to something a little lighter and easier to navigate around with.
I fell in love with Cosatto late last year after seeing a number of bloggers with BEAUTIFUL travel systems and car seats. We ended up buying the Hubbub ISOFIX seat for Henry and we absolutely love it, so it only made sense to have a stroller from them too!
Say hello to our city strolling pal…. the Supa Dragon Kingdom*!
Ok we have to talk about the print to start off with!
I swear you can spot a Cosatto product a mile away because of their gorgeous and unique prints. We obviously chose Dragon Kingdom for our little dragon! It’s the sweetest print, with castles and dragons, and slogans of bravery! What more could you want for a little boy or girl?!
This stroller is the perfect accompaniment for the city parent, and to be honest the country one too!
As during the week I don’t have access to a car,we do a lot of travel on the bus, and this stroller is a bus best buddy. It’s super slim-lined and easy to maneuver meaning getting through tight gaps is easy work!
It’s comfy to move around and easy to push along, plus those double handles came in handy for shopping bags – priorities right?!
I love the design, and this being our second stroller from Cosatto – I bought a budget one for the nursery run as I don’t mind it getting a bit battered about in the pram storage cupboard – I knew I’d love the upgraded version. Alongside a better quality material, it boasts padded straps and a strand for when the stroller is collapsed away for storage. I almost feel like the frame is sturdier and for a stroller doesn’t feel flimsy. My one and only fault is the basket which is essentially out of bounds if the chair is laid back and we do have a habit of losing things out the side of the basket, though whether that’s us just overloading or the actual basket’s fault, I’m not entirely sure!
It even comes with it’s own pocket for your phone at the back of the hood, awesome for me as I normally chuck my phone in the hood and risk throwing it on the floor! Plus it has a little speaker so you can play music to your little one whilst you stroll. I can imagine this would be amazing for teeny babies (the stroller is made for babies from birth as it can lay flat) who like white noise being played to them!
Not photographed is the very lovely and extra snuggly foot cosy which takes this stroller from summer to winter seamlessly. It’s reversible and fleece lined, and really makes me want to curl up in the stroller too. I can see a lot of stroller envy happening this winter when we get that little lovely out!
So for our day to day city strolling, we’re back by Cosatto, every day of the week. Plus it’s compact enough to fit in the boot of a Corsa, which is saying something, so it’s coming on holiday with us, and all out trips out.
What’s your favourite Cosatto design?
*stroller provided free of charge for review purposes – all opinions are my own
As a mother who loves to travel, I’d love to take Henry on a trip to Disneyland Paris someday. The trip won’t be cheap, but I’ve learned that I can buy or rent a Disney Vacation Club timeshare on the DVC Resale Market at a steeply discounted price.