This post contains products that were sent to us for review from Munchkin®, All opinions are my own.
As the kiddo gets older I find that I am getting more adventurous with him. A few months ago the idea of traveling solo would have terrified me, don’t be fooled, I was still nervous but I put a lot of thought into how I could make it go as smooth as possible. Diaper bag organization is a must!
So often in our day to day, I throw things in the bag on the way out the door and then when I need them I have to dig to the bottom of the bag to find that favorite tiny plastic dinosaur. Having diaper bag organization is all about compartmentalizing. I like to have multiple small bags that contain different items. It’s easy for me to remember whats in each bag. The first thing to consider is your diaper bag. At first I picked out this adorable giraffe print diaper bag and I loved it. However the handles were big and the bag bulky which made it hard to carry with my arms full. My sweet friend gave me this amazing tote bag and I have used it every day since. Simple and easy to wash, it’s perfect.
Itzy Ritzy Reusable Snack Bags: These are perfect for dehydrated fruit and small snacks that little man likes to feed himself. I like to chose snacks that can fit in our snack catcher since we never leave home without one. In another small bag I keep a handful of our favorite squeeze pouches of pureed foods. Since he feeds himself well now, he eats them straight from the pouch, but before I liked to use these handy screw on spoon tips for feeding on the go.
The Go Pad Diaper Changer is awesome for keeping diapers, wipes and small disposable plastic baggies together. As well as a clean place to change baby. On our most recent adventure the airport bathroom didn’t have changing station and this Go Pad came in handy for sure.
I have a muslim bag that contains a complete change of clothes for the little man including his socks and shoes. When we travel I like to pack a clean shirt for myself in here as well. You just never know.
I keep all liquids together in order to easily remove for airport security. A large zipper pouch contains, bug spray, sunscreen, hand sanitizer and any medications I may be carrying with me like tylenol.
My last bag is a mommy bag, it contains feminine products in case of an emergency and a few of my favorite snack bars. My wallet and keys stay loose so they are easy to get to. Then we just add a few small toys and binkies for the road and we’re off.
Having the smaller bags that are easily accessible make all the difference in the world when you are traveling with you hands full.