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UPPAbaby G-LINK 2 Review

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of UPPAbaby for UPPAbaby. All opinions are 100% mine.

One of the most exciting things when I found out I was pregnant with my first baby, was picking out a stroller for my registry. I knew I wanted more than 1 child, and I’m a total planner so I knew I had to think ahead so I wouldn’t end up having to buy another stroller down the road out of necessity. I did a ton of research, and landed on the UPPAbaby VISTA. It was beautiful, practical, and most importantly it would grow with my family.

My VISTA has served me well for almost 4 years, and I still use it when I need a full size stroller, but lately I have loved the convenience of my UPPAbaby G-LINK 2. It’s a beautiful, double umbrella stroller that I love for so many reasons.

First, I love the G-LINK 2 because of how compact it is when folded…i.e. It doesn’t take up the entire trunk of my Suburban, which is something I have missed since having children. It’s compact size also comes in handy for road trips, when I often use my trunk as a changing station, because it’s shocking how many public restrooms don’t have them…

Second, the G-LINK 2 fits all of my children, just not at the same time, but let’s be honest, 2 out of 3 ain’t bad. Both seats fit children from 3 months to 55lbs so I know this stroller is going to be my go to for many years to come.

Third, I love that both seats have 3 reclining seat positions so I can accommodate nap time on the go. Obviously sleep is a huge part of my life as it’s my business, but I practice what I preach and utilize stroller naps when I need to get other things done. Crib naps are the ideal but life happens and sometimes we need to nap on the go. I also suggest utilizing stroller naps for some of my clients with stubborn babies who won’t nap in the crib or while being held and need to jump start a day of great naps!

And last, but certainly not least, the UPPAbaby G-LINK 2 is simple, clean, beautiful stroller and worth buying if you are in the market for an umbrella stroller.