Sunday Swoon: 7AM ENFANT

As many of you know, we live downtown NYC, in a neighborhood called Battery Park. The winters here tend to sometimes feel colder than the rest of the city. Our apartment is located on the water, and walking the streets can sometimes be compared to walking through wind tunnels. After 10 years, I have become accustomed to living down here, but my children, of course, are not into the cold.


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Since the majority of our commuting time is spent pushing strollers, I am thankful that 7AM Enfant keeps my children cozy year after year. From infancy to around 3 years, all three of my children used the 7AM Enfant Blanket 212. It’s sleek and contemporary design is equipped with zippered length and width extensions. It adapts to any stroller or car seat, and converts into a large blanket. Constructed with an ergonomic hood, thermal filling and a waterproof shell, I never hear the “I’m cold” when they are bundled in it, being pushed down the blustery streets.


New to the 7AM Enfant family is the Easy Cover, which offers wearable warmth on-the-go, and can be used in both the stroller and the car. Created with a little one’s comfort and safety in mind, the Easy Cover features front sleeves to cover the child from head-to-toe, while keeping their hands free for snacking, reading or playing. This design is perfect for a child like Siella, who is a bit too old to be bundled, but cannot handle the low temps, wearing only a winter coat. When used in a car-seat, the open back eliminates bulkiness between the child and the car-seat, allowing you to strap them in properly.



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About Brianne

Once a fashion showroom owner now turned mom and blogger/writer. I live in NYC with my husband, three children and enjoy our fast paced city life. My blog Stroller In The City boasts about city living, kids fashion and all things that are mommy. Being a mom doesn't mean you need to lose sight of the cool stuff.