Trendy Stroller/Crossover Bag - The Fiona by Baby Cargo

Sunday, July 27, 2014

When I first became a mom, strollers and accessories weren't nearly as amazing as they've become over the last few years. The worst part of using a stroller then - was finding a neat and tidy way of bringing along items usually reserved for the diaper bag.

I searched the stores for convenient totes or bags that might attach to or hang nicely from the handle bars - but eventually settle for any that weren't too big, bulky or could fit in the stroller's basket without needing forced or smashed. This Summer, I've found the Fiona Mini Stroller Bag from Baby Cargo.

Baby Cargo is a new line of modern baby gear inspired by iconic architecture, chic fashion and fresh interior design. We offer conscientious parents the most user friendly, premium line of strollers, stroller accessories, play spaces and space saver high chairs to live comfortably and safely and stylishly in the modern home--all at an affordable price.

What I've liked the most about this bag is its slim form.  It attaches nicely to the handles of any stroller and stays out of the way as I push the stroller along.  One side has two elastic pockets that can hold two bottles, sippy cups or water bottles.  That side also has a flap pocket as well as a zip pocket where I could store my keys and phone.  The reverse side has a mesh pocket where we kept granola bars, snacks and other items.  The mesh pocket is also great for holding diapers and it comes with a matching changing pad.

Another fun use for the Fiona bag - is as a crossover bag! Zip the Fiona closed and use it as your very own bag. It's slim, sleek and trendy! I've enjoyed using it as a crossover bag on casual walks, trips to the fair, festivals and parks. The Fiona is available in four colors. I loved the Cool Aqua and Moonless Night. It also comes in Slate and Deep Ash. Which color is your favorite?

Check out more items from Baby Cargo - we thought the Georgi Bag looked pretty awesome as well!

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