Getting around with a baby in tow is tough work, especially when living in New York City. Parents need a travel solution that is ultra-portable, yet tough enough to survive the cracked pavement of the concrete jungle.

Maxi Cosi’s new limited-edition print was literally designed with city dwellers in mind, providing the comfiest, cushiest on-the-go experience for you and your little one. When I first looked at the Maxi Cosi car seat, “comfortable” is the word that came to mind. The plush interior doesn’t make them unwieldy though. In fact, the infant and convertible seats are the lightest car seats on the market, providing premium safety without the added bulk. It’s one mimosa away from being first class for babies.

The Mico Max 30 infant car seat attaches to the Dana stroller with included adapters, making this a seamless and lightweight travel system that’s perfect for city living. The Dana has incredibly smooth maneuverability, and gives you the pluses of a full-size stroller without the struggle of one. For those that don’t want the somewhat Spartan style of an umbrella stroller, the Dana is a perfect choice. You get a generous canopy with a fully-reclining seat, and even a little basket underneath. Throw in the included cup holder, and you’ll forget the Dana is a lightweight…until it’s time to carry it down to the Q train.

I also really love that the Maxi Cosi travel system has built-in conveniences for parent and baby. The big sister to the infant car seat, the Pria 85, has a cupholder and a soft-sided holder for your tot’s toys. The entire system is easily wipeable and machine-washable, preserving that gorgeous limited-edition City Motif print.

This stroller has become our go-to option for our toddler because of its convenience. While we have a larger stroller that has a big basket and truck-like wheels, I find that I much prefer our Dana for the ease of actually getting it around. We took it on our family holiday road trip. It didn’t take up much space in the car and took seconds to unfold at each stop. Because of the full recline, my daughter could nap comfortably when we stopped for dinner and when we were at our relatives’ houses. Unlike some larger strollers, it was actually more of a help than a hassle to have around. I love it and can’t imagine traveling without it now.

Just in time for your holiday travels, Maxi Cosi and Well Rounded are partnering to give away the Mico Max 30 infant car seat and Dana stroller in the City Motif print. Enter below for a chance to win this travel system (worth $548!!!).

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British mom Courtney Barker is sharing the story of how her son, 7-month-old Arthur contracted COVID-19 in the hopes of preventing other families from going through what hers is. Thankfully, little Arthur is now feeling better, but last week he was rushed to the hospital.

His mama recalled the experience in a now-viral Facebook post that is attracting worldwide attention.

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