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Happy mother and babyBabies require a lot of gear, but then again, so do you! When you’re preparing to go out with baby, it may make a lot of sense to combine your supplies with those of your little one and carry an all in one diaper bag purse combination. To save yourself from resembling a pack-rat instead of a mom, you’ll want to buy a sensible bag that leaves you far more unencumbered and mobile.

There are many different styles of diaper bags. In order to determine which bag is best for you to be able to carry both what you and baby need, you’ll need to first assess your own desires and requirements. If you will not need to carry much more than car keys and a wallet, you’ll find that nearly any diaper bag manufactured will suit your needs. You will want to make sure, however, that you place your own things in a separate compartment of the diaper bag, so you’re not fumbling through a million baby supplies when you’re just trying to unlock your car.

A messenger bag can be the perfect solution towards finding one bag that can hold all of yours and baby’s necessities. Depending on the colors and patterns you choose, the messenger bag may not even be recognizable as a diaper bag until you flip it open! Sleek and stylish, these types of bags will allow you to carry everything you need while expressing your personal style. If you are not a big fan of a million compartments, a messenger bag may be a great choice as many simply flip open to reveal one large space inside. Simply pack this space with diapers, bottles, toys, keys, money, electronics, or whatever else your lifestyle requires and you’ll be set to go.

If you’re looking for a simple solution to carry only one bag for your diapering and personal needs, a backpack may easily fit the bill. Most backpacks have large compartments in the rear and smaller pockets in the front. Since baby will probably have you beat with the number of things they’ll need to venture out in public, you can contain all of their supplies in the large pocket while putting anything you need up front where it’s easily accessible. The best part about using backpacks for all in one diaper bags and purses is that as baby gets larger, either one of you can continue to use the bag! If baby isn’t quite ready to carry their own tote, you can continue to use as a carryall or even an overnight back. But if they’re ready to go (somewhat) on their own, baby has their first backpack!

If both you and baby have a million supplies that you’ll need to carry along any time you leave the house, chances are that you’ll need an over-sized shoulder-type bag with lots of compartments, nooks and crannies to make sure you have everything you’ll possibly need to conquer the outside world. The more compartments that a bag has, the easier it will be for you to carry more supplies in a more organized fashion than you would even think possible. As a rule of thumb, this kind of organization becomes so much more important with each additional item you carry. The last thing in the world you’ll want to do is fumble through your bag looking for a tiny pacifier that has now become covered in toys, blankets, and the contents of your purse.

Leaving home with your baby can be hard work, but by combining your diaper bag with your purse, you’ll not only limit the number of items you’ll have to carry but also make your entire excursion easier to endure.

Do you agree or disagree?  Perhaps, I missed something?  Either way, I would just love to hear what your thoughts are on this topic… just let me know your alive!

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