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What’s Your Diaper Bag Style?

Monday, November 3rd, 2008 at 8:21 am

Are you a overpacker? Are you a minimalist? The folks over at Babyzone.com invite you to find out what’s your diaper bag style by taking their simple quiz. Click here to begin the quiz now.

We suggest the following bags to match your diaper bag style….

 

1- Choose a Super-Sized Tote!

With the amount of stuff it seems you tend to bring with you on the go (and back home with you, too!), a large diaper bag just may be the way to go,because how else will you carry extra clothes, wipes, toys, snacks, and random infant whatnot plus your grocery list, gum, mints, sunglasses, keys, lipstick, checkbook … We suggest our Natalie Travel Tote. Plus it makes a great  hospital bag.

2- Go Small, Minimalist Mom

Tiny totes have enough room for the essentials but won’t overwhelm you with bells and whistles a just-the-basics mom like you won’t use. They hold a couple of diapers, a small travel pack of wipes, and one or two other small items like a bottle or cup of snacks for an older sibling. We suggest our Ava Hobo Bag. Plus with its handy built  in stroller straps you can opt to have your hands free.

3- Opt for a Multi-Function Bag

You’re a realist about the way you travel and organize the things in your life,and your diaper bag should match that philosophy. The most practical, no-nonsense folks ditch the idea of diaper-bag-as-fashion accessory and simply wear a backpack or messenger bag that may or may not be specifically tailored for parents. We suggest our Jessica Messenger/Backpack which you are able to wear four different ways including as a backpack, stroller , across the chest or on the shoulder.

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