How to Pick the Perfect
Whether you're shopping for a
diaper bag that makes a fashion statement, or an inexpensive, basic diaper
bag that just holds a few key baby items, you've got your work cut out for you.
Diaper bags are available today in seemingly endless
styles, colors, shapes and price ranges.
From the big pastel bags of the
past, diaper bags have evolved, giving you a wider range of styles than ever
before. Choose a chic, black pouch, a rugged looking backpack that your husband
won't mind wearing, or a sleek bag that's going to replace your favorite purse.
Look for a variety of compartments and pockets to hold bottles, your keys, and
diapers and wipes. You can find a diaper
bag that organizes everything you need and reflects your personal style.
Use the following diaper bag buying tips to help you narrow down the list
of diaper bags that might meet your needs.
Shoulder straps are an important feature to consider when evaluating diaper
bags. Wide, non-slip shoulder straps will stay put as you walk. Also make sure
that the size of the bag will be comfortable for you as you walk. If you are
bottle-feeding, look for insulated bottle pockets. If you plan to haul your own
items a well as baby's, look for a baby diaper bag that features key clips, cell
phone pockets, a diaper section and a compartment to hold wipes. Removable
changing pads are handy, but be sure they can be cleaned easily. If your hubby
will also be toting the bag around, you might opt for a more "rugged" looking
backpack diaper bag. It is helpful to keep in mind the items you will need
when changing your baby on the go. With many of today’s bags
you won't have to worry about finding a changing station because they are
included in the bag's design; many come with extra-large changing pads giving
you the room you need to get the job done right.
If you have a set baby budget, diaper bags are a great area to save money. Basic
diaper bags are available for $30-$40, though color and style options may be
limited in this price range. If you have $50-$100 to spend, there are many
roomy, stylish diaper bags on the market. Diaper bags are also available in the
latest styles and with designer labels if you want to shell out $100 or more.
Let your diaper bag budget, as well as the features you want in a diaper bag,
guide you as you shop.
Backpack diaper bags, the
Fleurville mothership diaper bags and the classic tote style diaper bags are
just a few of the options available today. Consider the amount of time you'll be
carrying the diaper bag each day, and whether you will need both hands free for
other tasks as you're carrying the diaper bag. Backpack diaper bags are good for
long distances or hands-free carrying, husbands may also be partial to this
style. Tote bags and other classic styles are easy for short trips and are
attractive enough to carry to the office or to meetings.
Before you fall in love with a baby diaper bag in a hard-to-care-for fabric,
consider the abuse that diaper bags must take in a few short years. Look for a
fabric that is easily spot-cleaned or can be wiped clean. Vinyl or faux leather
diaper bags can be fashionable and easy to wipe down, or, if you prefer the look
of a fabric diaper bags, look for a bag that has a clear plastic protective
layer over the fabric to keep your diaper bag looking great through diaper
changes and other baby messes. Also check to see if your diaper bag is
Baby Bjorn Diaper Bag will offer you versatility and an easy-to-clean
Remember, the more you stuff into your diaper bag, the heavier it will be to
tote around. While you may be tempted to buy the largest one you can find, so
that you can fit an entire "portable nursery" inside, stop to think about your
shoulders and the weight they will carry. The more non-essentials you carry, the
more strain on your back and shoulders. If you tend to over-pack or let things
accumulate in your bag, consider buying a diaper bag just big enough for diaper
change basics, so you won't end up with a bulging diaper bag and a sore back.
Kate Spade Diaper Bags come in a wide variety of sizes.
When you are on the run or in a busy locale, what will be the easiest way to get
into and close up your baby's diaper bag? Zipper closures, fold-over tops and
snap or tie closures and more are available today. Think about when and where
you'll be using the diaper bag, and whether you will often need to reach inside
the bag quickly. If so, a snap closure may be more convenient. If security
issues or over-turned diaper bags are likely, a zipper top would be more
appropriate. Be sure you can work the diaper bag closure easily, and remember
that you may be opening or closing it while wrangling a messy baby.
By Michelle O’Connor
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