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CHOOSING YOUR SLING

Slings are a great way to take your baby with you for a short walk without having to bring the stroller. It’s also reassuring for Baby to be close to Mom or Dad’s skin. There are several different types of sling:

walking-BULLETThe front sling

Sometimes called a ‘kangaroo’, it attaches over your stomach with adjustable straps which cross over at the back and allows you to carry Baby facing you during the first few months, and facing outward when the child is more alert. Although designed to be used from birth, facing you, it is recommended that you wait until the child can support its head, at around 2 months, before you use it. It is preferable to choose a breathable, washable material, with padded and adjustable straps, a back and a head rest which provides good support for Baby’s back and neck. It should be easy to put on and take off unassisted and its adjustment mechanism should be extremely safe.

walking-BULLET The wrap sling

This is a wide length of material of varying elasticity, which can be attached in different ways to secure Baby. A guide is provided with the sling to show the different ways of attaching it. If the attachment advice is followed, this is a safe system with five positions for carrying your baby: as a cradle, facing you, facing outwards, on your hip, or on your back. The sling is very practical, can be easily stored, and does not take up much room.

There is also a rain protection cape so you can use the sling even in bad weather. The cape is practical and easily attached to the sling, so it keeps Baby warm and dry!

walking-BULLET The horizontal sling

This resembles a hammock worn on the side, in which Baby lies when small; it is then attached to mom or dad’s hip when Baby is bigger and can support its own head and back.

walking-BULLET The back sling: great for parents who love hiking

The back sling allows you to carry Baby on your back whether you are hiking in the mountains or on the beach, or walking in the country or in the city (stairs and narrow lanes). It can be used as soon as the child can sit up well (from approximately 9 months) until 15 kilos (33 lbs).

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CHOOSING YOUR STROLLER

In the city,it’s all about size and weight. When it comes to public transport, the trunk of the car, or storage cupboards, space really matters. Do you live in an apartment? Choose a folding model that will fit easily into an elevator, can be carried upstairs, and can be stored upright in a corner.

In the countryside, comfort is key. Just like dad’s car, strollers come with a range of options such as high-quality suspension, side impact bars by the head and seat, a quilted hammock, a 5-point harness, and a footrest: perfect for trekking uphill and downhill on any terrain.

selection criteria

Before choosing your stroller, think about what you need in terms of your daily challenges and personal preferences.

Frame type:

  • Four wheels
  • Three wheels (sport + countryside)

Daily challenges:

  • Size (car trunk, corridors, elevators, etc.)
  • Weight (climbing steps, etc.)
  • Urban lifestyle (sidewalks, escalators, etc.)
  • Outdoor lifestyle (grass, stones, sand,unsurfaced paths, etc.)

Number of children required

Next, select the frame version that best suits your needs.

Urban frame

Combinable strollers with light frames, and easy folding. Maneuverable in urban environments, compact for the trunk of your car. Perfect for urban living.

Comfort frame

Combinable, versatile strollers, ideal for enjoying the great outdoors. All-terrain wheels, robust, comfortable frames, with suspension. Available in three-wheel and four-wheel versions. The ultimate in comfort for Baby.

Umbrella stroller frame

Multi-position umbrella strollers from 6 months, inclining for Baby, light, and comfortable. Fixed-position strollers from 12 or 18 months. Maneuverable, affordable. The essential second-stage stroller.

Multiple frame

Two-seater or three-seater multi-seat strollers are designed for twins/triplets or children of similar ages. You can always compare maneuverability and test different configurations.

Carrier
From 0 to 6 months

A carrier for Baby to sleep in.
In the first few months of their life, Babies sleep between 16 and 20 hours a day. The extended position is designed to meet Baby’s physiological needs (development of the spinal column and growth hormones).

fixed-shell seat
From 0 to 9 months

A Group 0/0+ fixed-shell car seat for short journeys The car seat fits onto the stroller and provides a safe place for Baby to travel in the car. the fixed-shell car seat is suitable for use of up to 90 minutes per day and is not designed to replace the carrier.

combinable stroller
From 0 to 36 months

Build your own stroller
Stroller sold separately, can be combined with a Group 0+ car seat, a carrier, and assorted bags. Reversible or non-reversible hammock.

duo pack
From 0 to 36 months

Stroller (Frame – Hammock)
+ Gr.0 car seat. The quick way to transfer from the car to the stroller without disturbing Baby.

trio pack
From 0 to 36 months

Stroller (Frame – Hammock)
+ Carrier
+ Gr.0 car seat
+ Changing bag (optional) The all-in-one solution
for peace of mind that is designed to respect Baby’s extended position.

multi-position umbrella stroller
From 6 months to 36 months

The multi-position umbrella stroller is lighter than a classic stroller, delivering substantial space and weight savings. It can be inclined, making the perfect place for your child to take a nap. Some can be used from birth with a compatible frame Gr.0+.

fixed-position umbrella stroller
From 12-18 months to 36 months

The fixed-position umbrella stroller is ultra-light, compact, affordable, and easy to handle. It is ideal for children aged 12-18 months and older (depending on the model), and up to the age of 36 months.
It slips neatly into the trunk of your car, making it the perfect choice for urban journeys or vacations.

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THE PERFECT CHANGING BAG

walking-BULLET An integrated changing mat
walking-BULLET A way of attaching to the stroller
walking-BULLET An insulated bottle carrier
walking-BULLET Several compartments for storing Baby’s things

DON’T FORGET ANYTHING

Prepare your changing bag in advance and don’t forget anything; this is the key to an enjoyable outing with Baby!

For meals:
walking-BULLET A bib
walking-BULLET A bottle
walking-BULLET The formula dosage container
walking-BULLET A small bottle of mineral water
walking-BULLET A bottle warmer

For changing:

walking-BULLET A changing mat (often part of the changing bag)
walking-BULLET Wipes
walking-BULLET Diapers (and a plastic bag)
walking-BULLET A soothing cream (in case Baby has a sore bottom)

And also:

walking-BULLET Cuddly toy
walking-BULLET A change of clothes
walking-BULLET A thermometer
walking-BULLET Fever-reducing medication
walking-BULLET Pacifier and pacifier-clip (to be attached to Baby’s clothes so the pacifier does not get lost)separator

TRAVELING WITH BABY

The essentials for traveling with baby

walking-BULLET The stroller

walking-BULLET The sling, practical for short walks.

walking-BULLET A travel cot so Baby can sleep safely.

walking-BULLET If traveling in summer or in a hot country, a mosquito net for the travel cot and a mosquito net for the stroller.

walking-BULLET An inflatable bath is ideal, as it takes up very little room in your luggage.

walking-BULLET Baby’s favorite toys. A travel mobile is also a good idea, as it is easy to transport; it has a clip so it can be attached to the stroller, car seat, or bed.

walking-BULLET High factor sun cream (for children aged over 6 months) and above all a hat and baby sunglasses.

walking-BULLET You can buy UV tents, which are ideal for protecting young babies on the beach; comfortably settled inside the tent, your baby can rest or play while protected from the sun.

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