What does “B” stand for? In traditional alphabet books, “B” is usually represented by a Bird, or a Butterfly, or a Bee. In a tongue-in-cheek “alphabet book for the middle-aged,” B is for Botox. In Edward Gorey’s famous Gashlycrumb Tinies, “B is for Basil, assaulted by bears.”
And in our abecedary* of baby gear, “B” is often for Britax, the best from the Brits! For over 70 years, the name Britax has been synonymous with child safety. Their infant car seats, convertible car seats, and booster seats are among the most popular in Europe and the US. And their strollers are no slouch either: the Britax B-Agile Stroller is a lightweight stroller tailored for heavy use. It folds compactly, but it can carry a whole lot of kid (55 pounds!). Snap the matching B-Safe Infant Car Seat in, and you’ve got a travel system that’s tops for style and safety.
So far, in 2012, Britax has unveiled a new Child Bike Seat, a new Stroller Organizer, and a new Stroller Board, and the B-Agile Double Stroller was unveiled at the end of April. You can see the latest from Britax, and baby gear from A to Z, at the upcoming Drool Baby Expo on May 15, here in Boston. Learn more and get tickets at www.droolbabyexpo.com.
* A primer, especially for teaching the alphabet.