look here to see on STOKKE's homepage), but the baby will lay in the cot from the beginning, high up, as newborns are very sensitive to pollution... etc and need eye contact with the parents from the beginning, while Aleixs will sit under the cot in his cosy hideaway. When the baby reaches about six months, they both sit in a similar seat one on top of each other. Alexis' seat will by then be more of a "resting-seat" as he already is much more into running around and walking, but he does get tired and then needs a seat, or also for security reasons where I need him strapped in. When he gets even a little older, we can actually add a stroller board to simply stand on if he prefers, for shorter distances.
What I loved about the STOKKE Xplory that we had before in navy blue, was not only the smart things like being able to use it as a feeding chair in a restaurant, turn it both ways, higher and lower the seat and the handle etc... but also its originality and very unique and stylish design. It's an engineering bijou and is very sturdy and super light. The same is true about the STOKKE Crusi that I chose in the lovely material and colour "black melange", which is some sort of dark grey with hints of white. It looks like a fabric for a well fitted suit and I have to say, it's very stylish too. The pram is also perfect for people who want to buy a pram that,in the future, can accommodate additional parts for a second baby - and like for all STOKKE prams, it's higher then most prams (adjustable though), which I love! It's also a good sign when the children themselves likes it and Alexis first reaction was "Wow Mamma" and his little friend always wants to use the STOKKE, probably for the fact that they sit higher up then in a normal pram for the simple reason that they sit really comfy!
I'll show you later on how it looks with the cot on and the seat for both children. Talk soon!
(silk shirt: Equipment, pregnancy pants: Peek a boo, beautiful silver bracelet: Emma Israelsson & light blue car shoes: Tod's)