Diaper Bag Essentials (with a baby and a three year old):
It’s basically divided into three categories: 1- tush essentials 2- food essentials and 3- my essentials
Tush Essentials: 1- Triple Paste, 2- Munchkin diaper bag dispenser, 3- Walgreens or Target Wipes, 4- Honest Diapers (see my review here), Bath & Body Works Vanilla hand sanitizer, and an extra outfit (in a ziploc, which the old outfit comes home in when it gets covered in whatever the disaster was that day)
My Essentials: keys, phone, and wallet. Literally it’s a mantra I say to myself before I go through the door to leave “keys, phone, wallet”. A “momtra” if you will.
I keep the tushy care stuff in the main part of my LeSportsac Ryan Baby Bag (smaller things go in the interior pockets), food essentials mostly go into the zippered pocket except for the bottle which goes in the bottle compartment on the side and Aiden’s sippy cup on the other, and my essentials go into the open front pocket for easy access.
We have had many spills, liquid and crumb and it’s easily wiped up and vacuumed. I must have said this so many times at this point, but seriously one of my favorite things is how amazingly light it is! When you’re carrying a bunch of baby/kid stuff you don’t want to carry any extra weight. This is basically weightless.
And now one very lucky reader will win a LeSportsac Ryan Baby Bag of their own! I don’t know how to do product shots, so I tried to get pictures of Mia with the bag instead.
I tried really hard to do the bag justice, but just trust me on this, it’s beautiful.
Here’s how the giveaway works: You only need to enter once to win, but the more entries you have, the more likely you are to win your very own gorgeous LeSportsac diaper bag. Being the mathematical genius that I am, I can tell you which is the better option based on percentages and chance and math-y things like that. But I think you guys are mathematical geniuses too, so I’ll let you figure this one out on your own ;)
Have a great weekend!