ladybird reba stroller review {part two}

Over the last few months we have been road testing the Reba stroller by Ladybird.
We have already reviewed it but since that review the beautiful girl has grown a bit.
And as she is no longer using it in the carrycot mode,
but in the 'big girl' stroller mode,
it seemed worth looking at its features again.

It continues to be a really brilliant and useful little pushchair.
It's lightweight, folds small and and is easy to assemble.
Converting it from the flat carrycot into the seated stroller is really easy;
you use the same seat unit, and simply remove the mattress
and then clip together a series of buckles.
I managed to work this out without even having to look at the instructions
so it really is very simple.

The seat then has a five point harness,
meaning that the little miss is safe and secure.
And there is also a belly bar,
which she likes to hold on to
or is great for attaching her favourite toys to when we are out.
It has the great advantage of still being reclinable as a seat
so we can lay our little lady back when she falls asleep when we are out on a adventure.

One of my favourite features is the the seat can be forward- or parent-facing.
I feel that, at her young age, parent-facing is really important,
as she is always far more content when she can see me.
But as the seat is so light weight, it is easy enough to unclip the seat, lift it (baby et al) and reattached it the other way around.
I've found this particularly useful if we are out at mealtimes
where turning her around means she can be fed without needing to be taken out.

I haven't tested the Reba with the beautiful boy in it,
but as he's a fairly small toddler, I feel confident he could use it for short spells of time if needed.
The Reba continues to be a really useful little stroller
and I love that I can fit it into my car boot alongside my double buggy,
as it gives me great flexibility for transporting the children when I am out and about.
And the beautiful girl is certainly always very happy whenever she is in it,
so it clearly gets her seal of approval.

We were sent this item free of charge for the purpose of this review
but as always, all photos, words and opinions are my own.


  1. She looks so happy and content in these photos, clearly loving her Ladybird stroller!xxx

  2. Looks like a nice comfy pushchair, love the fact it is parent facing as well, very important x

  3. Ive had this pushchair for 11 months I use it everyday as I dont drive it is fantastic easy to push big basket parent facing my lil girl loves it to very happy with mine and have recommended it to people x

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  5. Hi, could you tell me how to turn the pram into a parent facing stroller? Iv lost the instructions and cant find them anywhere online! Thanks :)

  6. do the handles move in anyway thanks


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