View Full Version : I am looking for a diaper bag for two? A baby and a toddler!

11-13-2003, 08:44 AM
Does anyone recommend the lands end diaper bags or is their a diaper bag that the people with two can recommend to me? I posted a few days ago but only one person responded. The bag I have hardly is functionable for my 16 month baby girl now as it is. Well hopefully I get some advice. Thanks to everyone that moght be able to help! Renee

11-13-2003, 11:10 AM
IMO diaper bags is a personal choice as everyone's opinion of organization differs. :)

To cut down on the amount of stuff that I carry in my diaper bag, I have extra changing stations everywhere! In the back of my SUV, I have everything that is on the changing table at home. I also have extra clothes, two towels, a small lightweight blanket, swimmers, and even some extra snacks/juice(fruit cups and juice boxes). To cut down on restocking my bag(and forgetting something), I use the changing station supplies and don't touch my bag. When I do restock my bag, it is almost always for snacks or when I'm down to two or three dipes. For everywhere else(DH's car, grandma's, the stroller, etc), I use a large ziploc that has 2 diapers, 1 pullup, and a small sandwich bag with wipes. HTH!

mom 2 Katie (34 months)
& Jack (18 months)

11-13-2003, 12:30 PM

I highly recommend the Baby Sherpa diaper backpack (www.babysherpa.com). It is a 4-in-1- cooler, diaper bag, parent gear and video camera or extra gear. It is ergonomic and super comfy. You can carry all of your gear for the 2 in it plus snacks for yourself.

I looked at a lot of backpacks before I settled on my Sherpa and we love it!


11-14-2003, 01:43 AM
I don't have a toddler and a baby, but I do have a 7 year old DD and a 13 month old DS. I have the Baby Trend Activpak backpack and really like it. I tend to take everything but the kitchen sink for DS. I am trying to downsize though, but haven't found a good smaller backpack.

I am able to put all of DS's stuff in the Activpak, as well as snacks for DD and crayons/markers, a coloring book, and a small stuffed animal. It is a very well organized backpack and I love it. I got mine at BRU and I saw a few there the other day, but according to the BRU website, it is an "online only" item.

Good luck finding diaper bag!

11-14-2003, 10:32 PM
Is your toddler still in diapers? If so, then I would recommend the Lands End Deluxe diaper bag. It's larger than the regular Do It All diepar bag. The regular DIA may be big enough for you though--have you even seen it in person?