Thursday, March 5, 2009

in the bag

There's no doubt in my mind that the expression "everything but the kitchen sink" was thought up to describe the contents of the average diaper bag. I love my trendy denim version--even though it's always jam packed with wipes, creams, disposable diaper bags, snacks, drinks, books, toys, extra clothes, medicines, hand sanitizer, and--oh, right--diapers. The Velcro closure sometimes doesn't stay closed and the bag hangs low on my stroller, weighing us down. On top of it all, I still have to stash other must-have items underneath the stroller. I've often wondered why someone can't just design the ideal diaper bag that looks good and holds everything. Dad Thorsten Kothe had the same idea. He created the Baggino ($149), a three-in-one bag that combines style and functionality with plenty of room to spare. The combination diaper bag can go from messenger bag to stroller bag to changing belt (so you don't have to put it down on unsanitary surfaces) in no time flat. It includes a changing mat, zippered pouch for parents' valuables, cell phone holder, built-in baby wipes case, five interior pockets, two side pockets, a handy key clip and a two-sided zipper which makes it reversible. And forget baby blue and powder pink--this cutting edge style comes in classic black, lime green and black with lime green. So classic, my husband won't even mind pushing the stroller... Get yours now at (the bag, not the husband!)

No comments:

Post a Comment