We, at The Shopping Mama, are always on the hunt for the latest and greatest in baby gear. We pride ourselves on finding, testing and curating items that help make Mom’s life easier, better and a whole lot more stylish.
One fabulous new find for the mama on the move? The Series 50 2-in-1 Lightweight Umbrella Stroller and Diaper Bag from Baby Cargo. Great for everyday errands, city strolling and family travel, this awesome stroller is portable, easy to use and, best of all, totally affordable. (It's available at Walmart for $99.97.)
Mom’s needs are a priority, but Baby’s comfort comes first. And little ones will stay safe and snug in this stroller’s sit-right multi-position reclining seat. The ergonomic comfort-grip handle makes pushing a breeze and front-swivel wheels help with maneuvering. The stroller folds compactly (and rather effortlessly, we might add); and a sturdy carry-handle makes it a convenient choice for every occasion.
Keeping Baby entertained while out and about is key. And that’s why the stroller’s oversize canopy and seat belt cover both feature loops for attaching toys and trinkets—because you can never have too many fun distractions! But our absolute favorite feature is the smart-phone pocket window. It’s optimally placed so that you can play a “stroller soundtrack”—whether it’s soothing lullabies for Baby or motivational music for you.
If you’re anything like us, you carry around everything but the kitchen sink—and if it were physically possible, you’d probably take that too. Lucky for us, the Series 50 offers ample storage, and its stylish companion diaper bag features a total of eight pockets for toting bottles, pacifiers, sunglasses, diapers, wipes and an included easy-to-clean changing pad. The bag has two grommet rings that slide over the umbrella stroller’s handles, so you don’t have to carry it—because you’re a mom, and that means you already have your hands full. Thankfully, the Series 50 is here to help.
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This post is sponsored by Baby Cargo. All opinions are our own.