Our newest stroller, Air(Opens in a new window), is soaring around the country with the help from moms and dads looking to make adventures with their little one a breeze. From exploring new cities to traveling with the entire family, we’re seeing kids sitting comfy (and sleeping soundly!) in their Air Stroller. We teamed up with the Sway Group to see where families are going with their Air.
We understand the troubles and frustrations that come with traveling with a kid in tow. From juggling your bags with a squirmy child to opening and closing a stroller on the run, getting anywhere can be a challenge. In true OXO fashion, we looked at this common pet peeve as an opportunity to make cruising around with your little one better.
A stroller has many jobs. From keeping your most precious cargo safe and snug to holding everything you need when you’re on the move with your tot, it’s important to consider all of the things a good stroller can do. We worked with Musefind(Opens in a new window) to team up with moms around the United States to see what they thought of OXO Tot’s new Cubby+ Stroller(Opens in a new window) from storage space to the adjustable handle bar check out what some of these mamas have to say about it.
During the winter months, getting to spend the whole day outdoors is often a luxury. When the weather cooperates, we love to head out and explore our neighborhood, stop by our favorite coffee shop, and fit in a visit with a few friends. Now that our little guy is a toddler, we have a bit more flexibility in terms of leaving the house – but it still takes some planning and prep. Thankfully our
At OXO we apply our “question everything” philosophy to every product we develop. When it came time to design our first line of baby strollers, we knew we wanted them to be lightweight and easy to fold, but also address pet peeves we experienced as parents and questions we had about strollers. We interviewed nearly 1,000 parents, both first-timers and old pros, met with baby store staff, and pored over hundreds of online reviews, to discover what people loved about their strollers—and what drove them nuts. Those pet peeves
Feeling cooped up is an inevitable part of the winter months. The days are short and dark, and our typical trips to the beach or neighborhood playground are often thwarted by less-than-desirable weather. So it’s easy to fall into a rut, and last year we found ourselves spending more time staring at one another indoors than we would have liked. So here are a few ways to beat the blues this season, baby in tow.