Best diaper bags according to redditors

We found 299 Reddit comments discussing the best diaper bags. We ranked the 181 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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Top Reddit comments about Diaper Bags:

u/HowManyLurks · 10 pointsr/BabyBumps

This wasnt super cheap ($60 USD) but me and SO are in love with it. Its high quality, and he doesnt feel like he's carrying a cheesy diaper bag...for that matter neither do I!

u/bigbadmax · 9 pointsr/predaddit

Graduated to dad life a month ago so I'm no expert, but personally I think a diaper bag is worth it. I got this. My wife on the other hand just uses a big beach style bag and it is really hard to find things in it, but I'm a bit OCD when it comes to organizing stuff.

The reasons I personally like a dedicated diaper bag:

  • insulated pocket for bottles
  • lots of pockets to organize stuff
  • exterior wipe dispenser
  • changing pad (you are going to want one of these)
  • special clip to snap onto stroller

    Anyway I hope this helps. Best of luck.
u/no_substitutions · 8 pointsr/BabyBumps

Mancro Diaper Bag Backpack, Organizer Baby Back Pack for Mom / Dad with Stroller Straps, Changing Pad & Insulated Pockets, Water Resistant Anti-theft Travel Bags for Boys / Girls Care in Grey

Several friends IRL have recommended backpacks over shoulder bags. It's easier to baby wear with. I like that this one has a side pocket for wipes.

u/ck173 · 7 pointsr/pregnant

I didn’t necessarily look for brand as much as functionality. We bought one of the backpack style ones from Amazon and the thing is the bomb.

Bag Nation Diaper Bag Backpack...

I’ve spilt a whole bottle in there before and it washes so easily. There’s pockets everywhere and you can fit so much stuff into it. We used this for a three month NICU stay and there’s not a single tear on the thing. It seems indestructible with endless storage.

Necessities include: diapers, wipes, hand sanitizer, ziplock bags to put dirty diapers in at doctors appointments <— no one tells you about that until you’ve got a poop diaper in your hand with nowhere to put it, change of clothes for baby, a blanket depending on the season, an extra paci or eight. I always kept a copy of baby’s birth certificate and insurance card in there too just in case. And snacks for me. : )

u/upsidedown-insideout · 6 pointsr/BabyBumps

I got this one for my husband and I to use.

Edit: no idea if it's any good yet, but the quality seems nice.

u/MiniMePlease · 5 pointsr/Mommit

They make backpack diaper bags (this is the one I got). It's really nice because you can put it under the seat on a flight and nothing falls out. And it's comfortable to wear.

u/meow_meemeez · 5 pointsr/beyondthebump

We use this one and I LOVE it. I can stuff so much shit in it and it clips onto the stroller and grocery carts. It's a little bulky but the only time that mattered was on the plane but I still was able to shove it under the seat in front of me. I'm really glad we went with this bag instead of the tote I was looking at before though.

u/angelabassetthound · 4 pointsr/BabyBumps

I EP so a lot of what I am saying comes from that place. Like others mentioned, if you're able to bf directly, you don't necessarily need a pump ASAP. That said, I got mine before and ended up needing it right when I got home from the hospital, so I was super glad I had it already.

I have the S2 and S9+ so can't answer the part about the battery, but I love them both (as much as one can love a pump, I suppose). I ordered extra parts on Amazon so I always have spare just in case something happens.

If you see a lactation consultant, they can help you with sizing for flanges.

If you're planning on pumping at work I HIGHLY recommend getting some sort of hands-free pumping bra. Total game changer, and I wouldn't have made it 8+months without being able to use my hands!

I have this bag: I also use it as a diaper bag sometimes. It's great!

u/DeyCallMeTater · 4 pointsr/BabyBumps

Here you go! I think it's this one, or if not, this is clearly very very close lol

u/shrimpybimp · 3 pointsr/BabyBumps

I've seen some cool backpack options (they seem like they'd be way easier than an over-the-shoulder to me) on Amazon like this one. It's unisex, stylish (in my opinion!) and it seems to be pretty handy!

u/rowanstar · 3 pointsr/BabyBumps

This is what I want. Any suggestions? I have this one on my Amazon registry and this one on my Target registry, but I’m still on the fence with less than 7 weeks to go!

u/trusting · 3 pointsr/Outlier

MW transit arkiv when I'm seeing clients.

skip hop diaper bag for adventures with the twins. I'm looking to upgrade this from amazon registry tier to something a little more interesting.

u/McToculus · 3 pointsr/BabyBumps

We have this one and we love it. It's cute but also manly ish so my husband has no problem wearing it. Plus I love that it's a backpack so it's hands free. And I get compliments on it ALL the time. Including many people who don't even realize it's a diaper bag and are surprised when they find out!

It's spacious, stands upright by itself, and stays open by itself as there's a frame in the opening.

Edit- also, it's made by a Japanese company (I believe?) and the box it comes in says "MAKE BEST BAG ENJOY HAPPY TIME" which is great for a chuckle.

u/rhinegold · 3 pointsr/BabyBumps

I bought this one. I really wanted a backpack style so I could baby-wear in front with the bag on my back and have my arms totally free. My other criteria were stealth, volume, and lots of pockets. I really like this particular bag because it doesn't look like a diaper bag and has so many different compartments.

u/yellebell · 3 pointsr/BabyBumps

I got this one...

Skip Hop Versa Diaper Bag, Black by Skip Hop

I'm really picky with bags. I'm such a pocket person and ridiculously OCD that everything has to have a place even in my purses and they need to hold a lot without being bulky. So far I think this will be awesome. I also got one of those changing clutches for short trips.

u/mythreebabies · 3 pointsr/BabyBumps

We bought this Jeep diaper backpack since we love the very accessible wipes holder. I highly recommend it. I've tried other bags listed here and I always come back to the style with a wipes holder like the Jeep one.

u/krca21 · 3 pointsr/pregnant

If your budget minded and don’t mind a backpack type bag this one is awesome. I like it more than my regular diaper bag

HaloVa Diaper Bag Multi-Function Waterproof Travel Backpack Nappy Bags for Baby Care, Large Capacity, Stylish and Durable, Orange

u/collidoscopeyes · 3 pointsr/Mommit

It's not the same bag, but I have a 4 year old and a 7 month old and this is the bag I've used since my youngest was born. I love it, and I've gotten a lot of compliments on it, just as a bag.

u/whenwillthewaitend · 3 pointsr/clothdiaps

I have a PPB Sashay Satchel and it's fine for quick trips but it wouldn't work super well for a longer outing unless you used disposables for those outings or kept some extra cloth diapers somewhere else (like in the car) so they weren't all in the diaper bag at the same time. Also as far as downsides go I do have a couple of things I wish it had like an insulated pouch for bottles and just more pockets in general on the inside of the bag. Smaller items tend to be very difficult to find. What I love about the PPB bag is that you don't look at it and think "oh that's a diaper bag." I feel like it's "nice enough," so to speak, to be something I could take with me as a purse for pretty much anything I'd need to go do. So, ya know, if I needed to take it with me to a wedding or something I'd be OK with that. I'd feel a little strange carrying around some of the other diaper bags I've looked at.

My husband has the Graco Gotham diaper backpack and it has more than enough room for a couple of diapers, change of clothes, wet bag, bottle, pacifier, wipes, changing pad, and whatever else. It has an insulated bottle pouch which is nice. It has so many pockets and such so it's really easy to keep it organized. Honestly if I were making a longer trip out with baby I'd prefer to have my husband's diaper bag over mine.

I know a lot of ladies on here just use a regular backpack so that's always an option also.

u/like_the_present · 3 pointsr/BabyBumps

I've found most Skip Hop bags to be sturdy-many of them retain their shape and can stand up on their own. Here are a couple options: Duo Signature Tote-type, Backpack, and messenger bag

u/hancran · 3 pointsr/clothdiaps

HapTim Multi-function Large Baby Diaper Bag Backpack W/Stroller Straps-Insulated Pockets-Changing Pad, Stylish & Durable with Anti-Water Material(Gray-5284) This is what I use for the exact same situation. Not sure if the insulation is exactly what you’re looking for.

u/slmller3 · 3 pointsr/BabyBumps

Definitely backpack. You're going to need your hands and who wants sore shoulders or things falling down easily? Backpacks distribute the weight and keep it on your back :D

Insulated parts of a bag are a good plus because you could make bottles before you leave and keep them cold as you travel... or take breastmilk in bottles and keep it cold.

If baby will be going to daycare they might require pre-made bottles. If you have a commute, the insulated bags make sure the bottles stay cold on your way to and from daycare :)

I love this one from Amazon-

**Edited to add: having a unisex bag is also a plus so dad doesn't mind carrying it too :) That's another reason I like the dark gray backpack ^^

u/PavLovesDogs · 3 pointsr/beyondthebump

We have this one:

My husband is 6”5 I guess 220ish and he doesn’t have any issues with it.

u/isis1231 · 3 pointsr/BabyBumps

I just got this and I'm really impressed! Very spacious, lots of pockets, great colours and not too pricy! Plus it's super water resistant!

u/dandanmichaelis · 3 pointsr/BabyBumps

Here ya go! backpack I plan to use a carrier a lot too and I'll wear her front facing and my backpack on my back!

u/banhitram · 2 pointsr/BabyBumps

We wanted a gender neutral backpack diaper bag, since my husband and I use it equally. With my first, we had the Eddie Bauer Flannel backpack from Target. I loved the organization/pockets but didn't love how poorly it was constructed. A lot of the seams ripped and we just lived with it for a while out of laziness.

Just upgraded to this Bag Nation bag over Christmas. It's a similar style but it's higher quality construction, and has a lifetime warranty. We are really happy with it.

u/jabespetes · 2 pointsr/BabyBumps

I’m 5’4 and 100 lbs pre-pregnancy and I just ordered this one and love it! I have a toddler and my old diaper bag broke - this one was super cheap but I love the look and it has great space: Diaper Bag by Miss Fong,Baby Diaper Bag Backpack with Changing Pad,Wipes Pouch,Diaper Bag Organizer,Stroller Straps and Insulated Pockets(Grey)

u/norabw · 2 pointsr/beyondthebump

We have one similar to this from HaloVa (got it on Amazon) that was a lot less expensive. I can't speak to the comparative quality, but I like the size and organization. It doesn't have all the same features, like the USB charger

u/bedlamunicorn · 2 pointsr/beyondthebump

I’ll be totally honest: it feels gimmicky. They claim they are “CONSISTENTLY RATED THE #1 DIAPER BACKPACK BAG BY ALL PARENTS WORLDWIDE!” which is a ridiculous claim. How would you even measure that? If you’re willing to give up the cell phone charger feature, you can find other bags that will offer the same or similar features for half the price. Here is the one that me and at least three of my other friends have. If you really like the style of the bag you found, here is one very similar for almost 1/3 the price.

u/charmanderr · 2 pointsr/BabyBumps

Here is it on Amazon. Currently on sale for Amazon Prime Day :)

HaloVa Diaper Bag Multi-Function Waterproof Travel Backpack Nappy Bags for Baby Care, Large Capacity, Stylish and Durable, Gray

u/kiln · 2 pointsr/beyondthebump

We absolutely love this Dad Gear backpack diaper bag (in orange). It is so well designed. There is a zipper compartment on the top that you can put 10-15 diapers in. And there is a separate compartment on the bottom that you can access from the outside that stores a package of wipes. There is one large compartment for extra clothes or larger stuff. And then 2 smaller compartments in the front. All in all, it is the perfect bag. I wish there was a more feminine version or one that had a similar thoughtfulness. But I haven't found it. So I just use this. But sometimes I would love something a bit more stylish for myself!

u/BarbarossaEsq · 2 pointsr/predaddit

I warned my dear wife well ahead of time that I would not be carrying a giant purse for this purpose.

She then turned up with a sweet Jeep (I love and own Jeeps) backpack with insulated pockets and even a gas-capped pocket for wipes.

It's not huge, but it fits everything we need and doesn't look odd when she's carrying it.

Under $50 on, here's the link.

Jeep Perfect Pockets Back Pack, Black

u/Mighty_Andraste · 2 pointsr/beyondthebump

I can put my spectra (S1) pump, parts/bottles, PackIt cooler bag, milk bags, Sharpie marker, several diapers, wipes, sanitizer, travel changing pad, extra outfit or two, couple of baby washcloths, plastic bags for dirty clothes just in case, and Advil into my Bag Nation bag - I’ve seen them on sale several times too, Amazon giveaways etc (got mine 40% off IIRC).

Honestly with a bit of thought I could add more things, but that’s all I really need - I only use the lined “bottle” pouch rarely for a water or something for example since I have a cooler for milk.

u/MlsRx · 2 pointsr/OctoberBumpers2017

I was given an adorable, stylish diaper bag that I registered for and my in-laws also gave my husband a dad diaper-backpack.... and the backpack is what we still use! It was Fisher Price brand, we've been really tough on it, but our son is now 28 months. My niece just is 16 months and they are still using the Columbia brand diaper-backpack from her shower. IMO a backpack is so much easier to lug around when you have an older and heavier child that wants to be carried and it is more "hands free" than carrying a shoulder bag. I'm looking into the backpacks that open up completely from the top like this one because our current one is starting to tear at the stitching. I would say it lived a full life though and it exceeded my expectations. And both the backpacks I mentioned are extremely neutral looking, they don't scream "This is for Dads only!!!!!".

u/bananasmcgee · 2 pointsr/beyondthebump

We have this one from Graco and for the most part, I really like it. It's been with us to New York, Phoenix, and Hawaii, plus all over town and it's held up well. I don't see why it wouldn't last through at least two kids.


  • Wipe compartment: It is super convenient to have wipes always accessible on the side. I removed the case it comes with for wipes and just put in the pack of wipes directly. It can hold a whole pack of Costco size wipes!
  • Organization: There are lots of pockets inside for diapers, bibs, toys, whatever. I like having one of the zippered sections dedicated to diapering, one for change of clothes/blankets, and one for food pouches/snacks.
  • Insulated pocket: This is great for two bottles, or a bottle and a container of yogurt, or several bags of breastmilk + a small ice pack.

  • Size: It's slightly too large for a quick trip to the store, slightly too small for travel. When I run errands or go for a walk, it feels silly to bring a whole backpack when all I need is some diapers, wipes, and a snack or bottle. When we went to New York and Hawaii, I was able to fit all his stuff in, but it would have been nice to have space for my own stuff too so I didn't have to carry a purse.
u/love514 · 2 pointsr/BabyBumps

This is one I got for my SO and he likes it. We haven’t used it yet since baby will be arriving in a couple weeks.

Bag Nation Diaper Bag Backpack with Stroller Straps, Changing Pad and Sundry Bag - Black

u/Hahapants4u · 2 pointsr/beyondthebump

We switched from a diaper bag to a backpack. This was recommended to us and has worked out great! (Although it looks like this is no longer available there are comparable backpacks on amazon based on your style)

The easy access wipe holder has been great when I don’t want to put the bag down in a dirty restroom (can easily reach the side while it’s on my back).

It’s also just a backpack, so no complaints from my husband.

u/cmcrowell · 2 pointsr/beyondthebump

I love my diaper bag backpack

Baby Diaper Bag Smart Organizer Waterproof Travel Diaper Backpack with Changing Pad and Stroller Clips (Black Dot)

u/gruntsandwaffles · 2 pointsr/BabyBumps
u/MercyMay · 2 pointsr/BabyBumps

Is it necessary to specifically get a diaper bag? Probably not, but I wanted a cute bag. I asked my husband for this one for Christmas, and it looks like it will be really useful. My husband is going to get his own, probably a backpack or messenger bag. He's actually pretty excited about picking one out.

Honestly, if you really want one, I'd tell him so and put it on the registry. He can pick out his own.

u/heartofcheese · 2 pointsr/Mommit

I highly recommend this backpack diaper bag. Oddly, it's made by JEEP.

It has a million pockets which makes small things easier to find. The wipes are on the side, easily accessible. And you can carry it on a plane, put it under the seat in front of you, and nothing falls out.

u/jmsspring · 2 pointsr/Mommit
I bought this one and I love it. It fits everything we need plus some and it's really cute but not so girly that my husband won't carry it. Even my father-in-law carries it when he takes my son to the park. The front pocket will keep things cool for a little while if you need that function, as it's insulated. The zipper on the back helps if you need something from the bottom but don't feel like digging through everything. Lots of inside pockets.

u/spacev1king · 2 pointsr/BabyBumps

I went with a backpack because I figured if I had the baby in a carrier harness, it would make juggling a messenger/crossbody bag as well too difficult and uncomfortable. I'm not really a purse person, either, so a lot of the tote-style and "designer look" bags just really didn't appeal to my taste or needs. Plus, backpacks have shorter straps and top handles, which makes slinging them over various chairs easier.

I ended up going with one I found on amazon for $30, so if it turns out I don't like using it for baby gear, I'm not out a lot of money.

u/that_looks_nifty · 1 pointr/BabyBumps

This is the one I got:

I haven't tried out with baby, but I LOVE how many pockets it has, plus it has an insulated bottle pocket on the side plus a baby wipe pocket so you can quickly grab a wipe for fast clean-ups. I really avoided the over-the-shoulder style since I hate them, and backpacks just seem more comfortable. It'll be like college again lol

u/ACoolerUsername · 1 pointr/AskParents

Oh! Congrats! From a quick search on Amazon, this one seems nice

u/DanSheps · 1 pointr/predaddit

Buy extra carbon for the genie. Costco is the best place to buy the refills for the bags for Genie BTW. Here in Canada, it is ~$26 for a 4 pack of refills where most places it is $26 for a 3 pack. If you want to use other brands too, you can probably find better deals though.

Thyme maternity (Might be Canadian Only though) partners with a bunch of companies so if you sign up, you will get a bunch of free stuff.

If your wife wants this diaper bag, you can look at this knockoff. My wife absolutely loves it.

u/mannequinlolita · 1 pointr/beyondthebump

Breast Pump Backpack Bag, Diaper Bag Organizer with 10 Pockets Fits Most Breast Pumps - Gray

This is what I have and I love it. I really like the zipper on the back. I can unzip, pop out the tubing and cord and pump without taking my spectra out. I keep a wet bag for all my gear and it fits perfect on top.

u/CrowningHardtop · 1 pointr/beyondthebump

This one!!!!

It has a huge opening so that you can see everything instead of it opening just at the top and having to look down into darkness with tons of other pockets so that I don’t carry my purse anymore.

Husband and I both carry it comfortably with totally different body types as I’m a narrow 5’6 and he is 6’3 with wide shoulders.

u/oilymagnolia · 1 pointr/BabyBumps

I purchased this one and am really happy with it. I haven't used it yet, but the size, compartments, and everything else seems to be nice and compatible. Plus, my husband can carry it without it looking like a purse.

u/makeitworkmoment · 1 pointr/BabyBumps

I also saw this one that I thought was cute too. Little more stylish and less unisex. Thoughts?

u/apostasism · 1 pointr/BabyBumps

We aren't pregnant yet but hubby loves researching things and I think we're going to get this one DadGear Backpack Diaper Bag - Solid Black

u/Cnp113 · 1 pointr/breakingmom

I love this HapTim diaper bag

It does have insulated pockets but they aren’t that great. Otherwise I love this thing. I also got the munchkin 360 cups in stainless steel. They keep things cool for a long time.

u/pscalici · 1 pointr/parentsofmultiples

I have something similar to this.
Baby Diaper Bag Smart Organizer Waterproof Travel Diaper Backpack with Changing Pad and Stroller Clips (Black Dot)

u/HornlessUnicorn · 1 pointr/OctoberBumpers2017

I ended up with this one, mostly because the reviews were good and my husband really liked it. It need up being only $51 on prime day, but I really didn't want to spend more than $50 since I feel like I already have so many bags. Main selling points were slot for phone/wallet, external wipes holder, insulated bottle holders, and stroller straps.

u/BagOnuts · 1 pointr/raleigh

>Are you suggesting that parents buy an additional, less expensive stroller that they wouldn’t mind having stolen just so as not to inconvenience others?

Um, yes? That’s exactly what I did. You can get a used stroller dirt cheep. Think I paid $30 for ours. Of course you’d still mind it, but its less worrisome than losing a $400 stroller.

> What about all the stuff that is likely being stored in the stroller, like the diaper bag and the stuff that they’ve bought that night, just set that shit aside and let someone walk off with it because who needs it, right?

Backpack, my dude. I have a baby bag that’s a backpack and it’s honestly like, my favorite bag. So many cool compartments and hooks and stuff. Easy access for wipes. I think it’s this one. Highly recommend.

> Carry the kid for the rest of the night after someone steals the stroller?

I mean, that would suck, yeah... but it would suck less than having my $400 stroller stolen and still having to carry my kid everywhere.

u/bag-o-kittens · 1 pointr/BabyBumps

Check this out at
Graco Gotham Smart Organizer System Back Pack Diaper Bag, Black/Grey

u/AppleThrower5000 · 1 pointr/BabyBumps

Haven't used it for a kid yet but took it traveling and use it as a daily bag and so far I love it. It's a solid color (we got green), doesn't have brand stuff all over it, the organization is great and the whole thing can be zipped open like a clamshell. It's more than I would normally spend ($99), but it's good quality and I'll be using it for years, so having something comfortable is nice. The part that lays on your back is padded as well, which is great when the bag is stuffed full of oddly shaped items. The video is why really sold me on it, the photos didn't show everything.

u/lky920 · 1 pointr/beyondthebump

We bought this diaper backpack and I am not a huge fan. I use it at the airport, but refuse to wear it anywhere else. The side pockets are quite wide and I feel like I hit every seat walking down the plane aisle. And the compartments are so tiny and specific, they can be more frustrating than useful. We use Dr Brown wide bottles and they barely fit in the pockets and no way will they fit in the insulated pocket.

I wish we had just bought a nice regular backpack, but don’t want to spend more money on an item I really only use for travel.

u/thistle_thistle · 1 pointr/beyondthebump

So we had an expensive over-the-shoulder/crossbody whatever you want to call it diaper bag. It was like $100+ - a gift from my mom as I'd have never spent that much on a diaper bag just because I dunno I'm cheap.

Had and used that bag for about 6 months. I loved all the compartments etc. And then the strap broke. The company eventually offered to send a replacement but said it would take 2-6 weeks. Started using a regular backpack in the interim and while I hated the lack of compartments I realized how much easier the backpack style was. Ended up buying a backpack one off Amazon for $50ish and haven't looked back since!

This is the one we bought - I remember it being $50 not 65 though. Bag Nation Diaper Bag Backpack with Stroller Straps, Changing Pad and Sundry Bag - Black

TL;DR - highly recommend the backpack kind, and strongly suggest buying one actually designed to be a diaper bag - especially if you ever need to take bottles anywhere with you! The insulated bottle holders are great.

u/catwithlasers · 1 pointr/beyondthebump

This is the one I have. It comes with a changing pad, the front pocket is insulated for bottles, and has tons of pockets. I actually clip my keys to one of the straps with a carabiner, since my husband was doing most the driving and he could find them easily.

u/wicksa · 1 pointr/beyondthebump

I have this diaper backpack and I can fit 3 8oz tall Dr. Brown bottles in the front insulated bottle pocket.

u/tgarron · 1 pointr/findfashion

Hi there, here are some options:

Loafers - please check reviews before buying, I can't vouch for their comfort as I don't own any.

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Otomi inspired top or dress

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u/manila-was-robbed · 1 pointr/Mommit

We have the Hap Tim backpack and love it. My husband is a big fan because it looks like a normal backpack. I’ve travelled with it and it’s big enough for all of baby’s gear plus my own stuff for the flight. Skip hop has a similar one too.

u/montanadoodle · 1 pointr/InfertilityBabies

The Skip Hop Versa. I am in LOVE with this bag. I knew I wanted it from the minute I saw it. It looks like a giant purse, and has pretty great reviews. I'm actually taking it along on my trip instead of a purse because I'm carrying a thousand things on the plane like meds, snacks, etc

u/FaxCelestis · 1 pointr/AskParents

A Moby Wrap was indispensable for our kids. A Baby Björn or other baby-wearing apparatus also works, but those tend to get pretty expensive for the good ones that will last.

A heavy-duty diaper bag ([like this one](Graco Gotham Smart Organizer System Back Pack Diaper Bag, Black/Grey was equally indispensable. And you can fill it with necessities like baby lotion, thermometer, a couple teething toys, or some cloth wipes.

They're going to have way more than enough clothes and toys. Everyone gifts those or hands those down.

u/KayJay1452 · 1 pointr/BabyBumps

I love my diaper backpack! My LO is 18 months and it’s going strong. And I like that it’s made by a small business ran by a husband and wife!

Parker Baby Diaper Backpack - Large Diaper Bag with Insulated Pockets, Stroller Straps and Changing Pad -"Birch Bag" - Gray

u/mydarkerside · 1 pointr/Parenting

Jeep Perfect Pockets Backpack. Plenty of pockets. Side pocket for wipes, includes container too. Insulated pocket to store milk or food. Has 2 straps on top to hang on to stroller's handles, I love this feature.

u/Thiswillbefun22 · 1 pointr/BabyBumps

I have this backpack diaper bag. I have two in diapers now and am due with baby #4 in March. I feel certain this bag is plenty roomy enough for everyone's diapers and wipes, change of clothes, cups, snacks, blankets, toiletries, and a few small toys and books. I've had several different types of diaper bags and this one is my favorite by far. I wouldn't call it trendy or pretty, but definitely functional with so many pockets

u/[deleted] · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I love theme beds, too! His crib is a convertible crib, though, so for now we're sticking with it being converted into the toddler bed. The funny thing is that he has never slept in the crib. We've been bed sharing up until now. The transition to the toddler bed should be interesting, but it's about the same height as our euro-style bed, so I think it may go better than I originally thought.

Thank you! It took awhile for us to be able to get a house. We ended up using USDA financing and I think we only paid about $2K out of pocket. We found a lovely home in a rural area, but it's still only an hour away from both Tampa and Orlando.

I love baby showers. The perspective that each person has is usually so different. And, yes, tons of well-meaning people gift impractical things. My sister got me a diaper bag that was nice, Eddie Bauer I think, but it was really just a sack with two pockets on the outside. We ended up getting the DadGear Backpack, which is the best diaper bag we've had. (I went through about 6 of them to be honest, just trying to find the right one.)

So when is your little man due? Do you have a name picked out yet?

u/speekitloud · 1 pointr/funny
u/msb4464 · 1 pointr/BabyBumps

This one!

It looks like it will meet our needs as far as bringing stuff with us, and both DH and I will be comfortable (both physically and fashion-wise) carrying it.

u/goosiebaby · 1 pointr/beyondthebump

I tried one like what you linked (Halova or something like that on Amazon) and I would not recommend. That clasp top means the inside just becomes jumbled and the straps were flimsy and not comfy to wear with much weight in the bag or length of time with it on.

We got this a few months ago and love it. For overnight travel we do need a 2nd backpack (just use husband's Osprey) but for out and about this is great. The advantages over a regular backup are more pockets (like a perfect one right on top where store the pacifier/teether for fast access) and insulated pockets.

u/Daddyundersiege · 1 pointr/parentsofmultiples

After trying a few different styles of bags and backpacks, we ultimately settled on using this backpack most of the time. Diapers in the small front pocket. Bottles in the front main compartment, along with other snacks. Clothes in the back compartment, perhaps with some small toys. Wipes on the side.

We had a big messenger bag style diaper bag, but it was too awkward to use. The backpack is a little smaller, but with careful packing does pretty well. When we were going out for a longer period of time, I'd sometimes just use a duffle bag.

u/Hamsicle11 · 1 pointr/beyondthebump

My husband and I both love this diaper bag! It fits so much into it, so many pockets, we got black so it wasn't too girly for husband to carry around, and it has stroller straps which makes carrying it around when out and about much easier! Highly recommend!

u/lightningface · 1 pointr/OctoberBumpers2017

We got this one because it's pretty neutral but still cool looking. My husband is super into backpacks so I let him do most of the research.

u/JadedorTraded · 1 pointr/BabyBumps

Backpack! Preferably the kind that also has a sorta handle to it.


  1. I already feel too wide, I don't want to add an extra 8-10" to my side to knock over everything (and that's assuming I don't stuff it, which I totally will).

  2. Don't have to worry about the strap slipping off your shoulder while fussing with baby.

  3. Backpacks make it way easier to organize by priority since you put the stuff you only maybe might need every once in a while on the bottom and the "oh no I definitely need this now" stuff on top.

  4. Better coverage of your stuff, because strangers don't need to know what you're carrying.

  5. It's not obvious it's a diaper bag! I like this.
u/Captain_-H · 0 pointsr/frugalmalefashion

Have a look at amazon. Here are some manly more affordable options: option 1. option 2 option 3 option 4