“This post was sponsored by Evenflo as part of an Influencer Activation for Influence Central.
I received the Evenflo Sibby Travel System to facilitate my review.”
Rohan, Kaya and I take strolls almost every day. Most of the time we head out with two babies in the stroller and head back home with both kids running in front of me while I push an empty stroller along. I have a few strollers that we rotate, but I was really excited to try out the Sibby Travel System by Evenflo.
The Sibby system comes with a rear-facing car seat and a stroller built for two children. One standing, the other seated. For us, the car seat wasn’t a fit. We installed it, popped Kaya in…and she was too big, and too long. Poor thing was crunched up in the back. (I wish I had a pic) We have her forward facing these days.
The stroller however, is my new go-to.
We have 2 single strollers, and 2 doubles. Our travel double stroller is “umbrella” style and only used on trips. Our standard double stroller is front/back style with two full seats one kid facing forward and one kid facing me as we stroll. It is big, heavy and not so easy to maneuver.
The Sibby stroller is a light and super mobile alternative. Kaya(2) sits in it, and Rohan (4) stands on the back. He likes to be more independent when we’re out so this is perfect for our needs. Rohan also enjoys pushing Kai in the stroller so the stand in the back easily flips up so he can push her without bumping his little feet on it. He recently discovered that if he leaves the stand down he can use the stroller as a scooter while he pushes Kai along. (Anything to keep him quiet and close by.)
I love how light and easy to push the Sibby is. When it’s just Kaya in it, if the ride-on board is down, it makes a loud rattling sound so you’ll certainly remember to clip it back up. I think that’s my only “complaint.” You can pick it up at Target or online at Target.com. You can check out the specs at the Evenflo website. This is a great stroller for families with two littles.